• When Tidiness Becomes a Problem: Recognising Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

    Among humans, a certain amount of obsessive or irrationally thorough behaviour is normal. Because of this, quite a few people claim to have obsessive compulsive disorder, believing that their habits and preferences are unusual. For most, however, it's easy to control and doesn't cause much difficulty in daily life. For people who really do have obsessive compulsive disorder, however, it can be a huge struggle. Normal activities can take far longer than they should, relationships can suffer and it can lead to near-constant anxiety and stress. [Read More]

  • Key Recruiting Issues and Opportunities Nonprofits and Community Organizations Face — and How to Overcome Them

    Hiring qualified individuals is a challenge for any business, but finding great workers can be even harder for those in the world of nonprofits and community organizations. These social service agencies may do great work, but finding people to do that work is never an easy or a straightforward process. From finding men and women with the right qualifications to gauging their level of dedication to the agency and its good works, nonprofit agencies and community organizations face a number of significant challenges when filling new positions and replacing departing workers. [Read More]

  • Keep Your Workers Safe with a Comprehensive Safety Strategy

    No matter what industry you work in, it is important to protect the health and safety of your employees. As the employer, you are responsible for taking the necessary steps to ensure that those who work for you are not injured, and if you fail to take those steps you could be liable for any problems that do occur. Taking the time to do safety auditing and look for potential hazards in your workplace is an essential part of being an employer. [Read More]

  • Insulating Your Foundation: Expert Advice to Get You Through

    When setting up a building for residential or commercial purposes, pay lots of attention to the foundation. It has a huge role to play in the comfort levels of the rooms in the basement, ground and even first floors in some cases. Therefore, you should consider insulating the foundation to maximise comfort for the occupants. Failure to do will encourage the growth of mould, moisture condensation on the walls, insect infestation and infiltration by radon. [Read More]