Making The Right Hire With Job Candidate Management Solutions

Teamwork makes the dream work. This saying not only applies to the way your company is run but also in hiring the right team of employees, to begin with. Whenever you put a job listing out to a hiring website, you will inevitably get flooded with resumes from candidates. All of this can be overwhelming and can lead to analysis paralysis. But if you want to start organizing your hiring process, there are some tools that you can use. Read More 

Preparations For The Rental And Care Of Portable Restrooms

An outdoor event that will be held over the course of a few days will draw in crowds from the immediate region and maybe even some visitors who are temporarily staying in the area. If portable restrooms are going to be set up along a strip that will contain food vendors and games, deciding where to place the units and which maintenance and odor-eliminating measures will be used should be addressed. Read More 

Packing Up Baby Clothes

Several things are true about baby clothes. One, babies outgrow them at an alarming rate. Two, parents hate to part with them for sentimental and practical reasons. As a result, the average parent has a stack of outgrown clothes just a few months after the baby's birth. You can find convenient ways to store these items without taking over large portions of your home.  Boxes and Bags You have several inexpensive options for baby clothes storage. Read More 

Five Items You Can’t Store In A Storage Unit

If your home or garage is becoming cluttered with items or you are moving from one home to another that isn't ready yet, you may consider renting a storage unit. A storage unit is a great place to store items that you don't use often, yet don't want to get rid of. This may include items such as Christmas decorations, extra furniture, or baby gear between babies. However, while a storage unit is a great place to store some items, there are a few items that can't be stored in these types of facilities. Read More 

Does Tradition Or Superstition Bar You From Attending A Funeral While Pregnant? This Is What You Can Do Instead

Many cultures and family traditions caution against pregnant women attending funerals. Superstitions barring pregnant women from seeing or touching a corpse warn of diverse consequences that range from miscarriage to madness. They're found in Jewish traditions, Asian culture, and South American belief systems, as well as other parts of the world. What do you do, then, if you're pregnant and someone close to you dies? What if you just want to show your love and support for a close friend that's lost a family member? Read More