Archive for October, 2016

Saving Our Planet

Written by Wall Street News on October 7th, 2016. Posted in Charities for wounded soldiers, Pick up clothing donations

Children in need clothing

Would you want to help save our planet by donating and recycling? It’s a simple habit anyone can practice and comes with numerous benefits, including lessening discarded items in our landfills and helping families in need by providing clothing and other used household items.

In 2014 it was reported that Americans gave $358.38 billion to charitable organizations. In one survey, it was noted that many gave more around holiday seasons versus other times of the year. But while many people already donate money to charity, there are many other ways to give back.

Before You Throw Away Used Clothes, Consider This…

One source indicates that here in the United States, only about 15% of used clothing gets donated or recycled, even though nearly 100% of household fabric and clothing is rec

Different Types of Business Organization Charts

Written by Wall Street News on October 6th, 2016. Posted in Business organization chart, Employee directory

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Business organization charts can not only be extremely useful to the way your business functions, they can provide an increase in productivity and positivity in the workplace among employees.
However, it’s important to note that unless you’re using the right organizational chart to gain all of the benefits they can offer. There are three distinct types of org charts for you to choose from: hierarchical, matrix, and flat. Here are a few different characteristics and benefits of each.
Hierarchical Business Organization Chart
If you’re familiar with how a traditional hierarchy works, then you shouldn’t have any trouble understanding the concept of hierarchical Continue Reading No Comments

How You Can Improve Your Catering Business with a Mass Text Message System

Written by Wall Street News on October 5th, 2016. Posted in Emergency alert system, Emergency notification system, Mass text software

Incident communications software

If you are a wedding caterer, you probably experience a lot of struggles when it comes to running your business. You are the person who has to be in charge of all the food and ensuring that everyone loves it. And with so many people in the room, it can seem like an impossible task. However, for a good catering system, they know that communication is key to getting this done smoothly. However, how can everyone keep in touch — especially if you are catering to a larger wedding? This is impossible to think about, but most people don’t realize that they could improve their catering using a mass text message system. Let’s review.

Everyone Could Be Updated Easily

If there is a crisis with anything, you need to be able to update everyone who is involved. This means

Three Reasons to Donate Your Used Clothing

Written by Wall Street News on October 4th, 2016. Posted in Charitable donation, Helping disabled veterans, Purple heart pickup

Clothing donation

Have you cleaned out your closet lately? Chances are you have some pieces of clothing that you haven’t worn in quite some time. There are likely a number of charities in your local community who would be willing to accept donations and provide them to adults and children in need of clothing. Here are three reasons why you should consider donating your used clothing and other household items.

  1. Reduce landfill waste
    Landfills are often overflowing, and thrown away clothing is a large part of that. 10.5 million tons of clothing are sent to landfills every year. Luckily, efforts to reduce that number are being made. It was found in 2006 that 2.5 billion pounds of fabric were kept from landfills and used as secondhand clothing purchases instead. Donating clothes instead of throw

Is Your Home Healthy? Improperly Installed Ductwork Could Be Costing You a Small Fortune

Written by Wall Street News on October 3rd, 2016. Posted in Furnace repair lansing mi, Furnace repairs, Heating and cooling lansing mi

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Heating and cooling costs are as much a part of a homeowner’s life as cable bills and gutter cleanings, but what many people do not know about their HVAC could be driving their monthly bills into the stratosphere. If homeowners can act to improve what professionals refer to as the building’s envelope, they could drastically cut down on the need for heating and air conditioning repair. Sealing leaky duct work is an important first step, but upgrading older furnaces or boilers could also jump start your home or business’s efficiency ratings.

What is the first step to a heat-healthy home? Heating repairs can seem overwhelming, but contractors recommend contacting them before you seek to replace you