5 Ways Your Storage Unit Can Help You When You're Moving

Posted on: 15 January 2016
Moving is one of the most stressful and cumbersome processes in life. If you're trying to arrange for an upcoming move between your old home and new home, you might want to put some thought into how a storage unit, such as 1st Stop Storage, can make the process go more smoothly.  The following are five ways you can put your storage unit to use during your move to take some of the stress out of the huge task of relocating your belongings:
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Lighten Your HR Load: Three Reasons To Hire An Emplyment Screening Company

Posted on: 28 December 2015
HR specialists have a heavy workload. From ensuring compliance with government employment guidelines to acting as a mediator for employee conflict resolution, the HR person's available time to pour over job applications and screen applicants may be limited. Hiring an employment screening company can free up some of your HR specialist's time to conduct final interviews and begin the onboarding process for new hires. Here are just a few of the benefits of using an employment screening company.
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Paying For Funeral Costs When Someone You Love Is A Victim Of Homicide

Posted on: 10 December 2015
When someone dies as a result of a violent crime, friends and family members are left dealing with a lot of emotional and financial fall-out, not the least of which is dealing with the expense of a funeral. A traditional funeral now costs between $7,000 and $10,000. Funeral directors estimate that only one murder victim out of ten has life insurance. What can families of the deceased do when they lack the funds for a funeral?
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Three Posture-Related Features To Remember When Shopping For Office Chairs

Posted on: 23 November 2015
Ordering new office furniture for your office should be about more than just selecting a style that meets the overall design of the space. With the chairs, especially, you can have an opportunity to ensure that your employees are not only comfortable during the workday, but also less at risk of back injuries. One out of every five work-related illness or injury is related to the back; even sitting in an uncomfortable or poorly designed chair can lead to an injury for someone on your staff.
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