Manage A Retail Store? 3 Great Ways To Combat Employee Theft

Posted on: 4 October 2016

You might not be worried about your employees stealing, but you probably should be. In the United States, employee theft outpaces normal consumer retail theft, accounting for as much as 43% of lost revenue. Employee theft costs American businesses a staggering 18 billion dollars every year, crippling bottom lines and making it difficult for owners to stay in business. Fortunately, you might be able to curb these all-too-common five-finger employee discounts by doing these three simple things:
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5 Features To Make An Outdoor Dining Area More Appealing

Posted on: 4 October 2016

If you are a restaurant or a cafe owner with a potential area for outdoor dining, you may wonder how to set it up to be more attractive to potential guests. Creating an outdoor dining area not only expands your seating capacity, but also attracts clients who prefer open air dining. While even setting up a few tables outside can immediately increase your dining offering, there are some additional steps you can take to make your outdoor area more compelling.
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Air-Cooled Or Water-Cooled: Which Option Makes Sense For Your Plant?

Posted on: 3 October 2016

To many people, an air compressor is just an air compressor. But if you operate a plant that relies heavily on compressed air, then you know that not all air compressors are created equal. When renting or even purchasing an industrial air compressor, one of the first decisions you'll face is the choice between an air-cooled and water-cooled air compressor. If you plan on renting an industrial air compressor for your facility, the following can help you decide which type will work best for your plant's needs.
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How To Fix Tears In Your EPDM Roof

Posted on: 3 October 2016

If you have a flat roof that covers the top of your business and the roof is made out of a single membrane, then there is a good chance that the membrane is an EPDM variety. EPDM roofs are synthetic rubber roofs that are formed from a material called ethylene propylene diene terpolymer. The EPDM is between 45 and 60 mils thick, and this thickness helps your roof remain strong. However, the membrane can lose its elasticity over time and you will notice some shrinkage as the membrane ages.
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