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Handling Documents Under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act

Records management isn’t just a priority – it’s a legal obligation. Under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, companies can be subject to stiff penalties if they destroy documents that might aid auditing procedures. Conversely, companies and individuals that do not destroy information before disposal could face prosecution and fines under HIPPA, GLB, and FACTA legislation. The key [keep reading...]

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10 Tips To Make Your Workplace More Secure

We don’t like to think about it, but let’s face it when it comes to security issues, we’re better off taking proactive steps to ensure we’re safe than face the consequences. While we often take a stand when we’re securing our home, we tend to be more lax when it comes to securing our workplace. [keep reading...]

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Learn To Be Organized with Expanding File Folders

If you’re like the average household, juggling the logistics of home, business and family can send you into “information overdrive.” Even in today’s technology-driven society, paper continues to stream in through the door, cluttering up our desktops, countertops and nightstands. Jamming papers into a cabinet or desk drawer is certainly one way to deal with [keep reading...]

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10 Easy Ways to Reduce Stress at Work

Clutter = stress. The more things you have to look at, deal with, sort through, ignore, or clean, the greater your stress levels. Experts say that most people regularly use only about 10 percent of their belongings, which means that 90 percent of what’s on your desk or in your home isn’t necessary to everyday [keep reading...]

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Tips For Creating Better Teams To Get The Job Done

The biggest mistake people make when working in teams is thinking that everyone works just like they do, according to Gloria Petersen, a corporate speaker and trainer. “The most important thing to realize when working within a team is get to know each individual personality and accept that personality. People are different and they’ll think [keep reading...]