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Workflow Approval: Approval Software and Technology

A business or individual desires to be as productive as possible. Technology has made it easier and quicker to complete tasks electronically that once was done manually. Using a workflow approval allows documents and other items to be stored in SharePoint and then routed to others for approval. This process ...

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The Power of the Right Floor Machine

Keeping floors clean is not easy to do, but it’s absolutely worth it. For businesses and even luxury homes, there’s nothing more important than making the right first impression on the people who walk into an establishment. The right floor machine can mean that floors get a powerful cleaning that ...

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Remote Project Management Transforming The Industry

The art of managing businesses is increasingly changing, and today many employees prefer working at home. Likewise, companies are expanding internationally at a speedy rate. In the light of these facts, among others, the need for remote project management cannot be emphasized enough. However, before you make a move, you ...

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What Is A Reasonable Adjustment For Disabled Employees?

Most employers know that they have a duty of care to ensure reasonable adjustments are made to accommodate the needs of any disabled worker who is at a disadvantage in their workplace. However, many employers are unaware of what a reasonable adjustment entails, and questions arising over what can be ...

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What are the legal restrictions on personal injury cases in Texas?

If you have been injured through the action or negligence of a third party then you may have a case for damages for personal injury. The rules vary from state to state and are often very complex. Houston personal injury lawyers can help you navigate the maze of your specific ...

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Business Owners: How to Ensure That Pedestrian Walkways Are Compliant With ADA Guidelines

In 1998, the Senate introduced the Americans with Disabilities Act, also known as ADA.  It was finally signed into law in 1990. Since its implementation in 1990, the law has went through quite a few changes. In spite of the changes, the goal of the act remains the same:  to ...

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How to Become a Successful College Student Entrepreneur

Seventeen percent of college students plan to start a business before graduation, 10 percent have already started one, and 27 percent say they will continue working on their business after graduation as a career, according to Entrepreneur.com. To start your own business in college, you’ll need to do more than ...

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