The lodging industry, like most other trades, is experiencing rapid change. Today, fewer customers have brand or name loyalty than in the past. While customers are still patronizing the type of establishment they prefer or can afford, most are making choices based on the quality of service and the amenities they receive.
SMC Textile Services in Raleigh, North Carolina has gone from 28,000 to 50,000 pounds a week and from 9 to 20 employees. “We’re at 8000 square feet,and we’re about to expand 2000 more,” half laughs owner Will Cox, as if he’s surprised to hear it himself.
A day in the life of every businessperson is made up of a series of meetings and greetings. Whether you are making the initial contact with a client or a colleague, you want to get off on the right foot. Doing so will make the first encounter and subsequent ones go smoothly and easily. Getting off on the wrong foot can make for a difficult recovery. Save your energy for later and use these simple strategies for a successful start
Off highway 27 in central Florida sit several warehouse buildings. A small sign outside reads Dura-Cast. The six building complex may just receive a passing glance from those driving by -- but the locals are well aware of the growing rotational molding company. In fact, you’ll never see a help wanted sign outside the complex because this family owned company has developed a unique employee relations program.
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Employee Crushes Hand on Ironer
SOMMERVILLE, Mass. — A commercial laundry has been fined by OSHA after an employee’s had was crushed while lubricating the chain of an ironer that was running. The OSHA inspection found that the machine was not de-energized prior to the maintenance that was attempted. Royal Institutional Services Inc., has been cited by OSHA for four alleged violations of workplace safety standards. The laundry, owned by Angelica Corp., faces a total of $49,935 in proposed fines.