At Miller’s, we take the health of our staff, customers and community very seriously, and we wanted to share with you the steps we’re taking to ensure that everyone has the information they need to protect themselves from and prevent the spread of the COVID-19. We are actively following the CDC guidelines for workplace and commercial business and we are sharing those guidelines with you as well.
It’s time to organize year-end and tax documents for storage. But before you move all last year’s paper-based records into storage, take a moment to refresh your organization’s records retention and disposal guidelines. And if you don’t have a records retention policy, now is a great time to create one.
Does coffee help you socialize better? When is the optimal time to take a coffee break? Find the answer to these and more in our infographic on the science of coffee.
In new research, global staffing firm Accountemps found that 90% of professionals admitted they sometimes come to the office with cold or flu symptoms. And worse yet, 33% of them ALWAYS go to work even when they’re ill with the cold or flu. Yikes! That’s not right, but it’s the real world.
In 1989, sociologist Ray Oldenburg coined the term “third place” in his groundbreaking book, “The Great Good Place,” which explored the idea of a public, social place outside of home (first place) and work (second place). His concept of third places looks at how public places like coffee shops, bars, hair salons and bookstores are at the heart of communities.