More than half of the people around the world make decisions about whether they will by a product or not based partially on packaging that illustrates a a brand’s commitment to making a positive social and environmental impact. More and more consumers are thinking about the ethics of a company’s products, such as whether clothing is made in sweatshops with poor working conditions, or if the clothing or other product is made in a place with better working conditions and a livable wage. If your business wants to win over consumers with ethical packaging that is better for the environment, you might want to think about switching over to green packaging.
Still not convinced? Here are some reasons why you should really think about investing in green packaging.
1. You’re doing a good thing
Aside from proving to customers that you are trying to make a positive impact on the world, you can actually just make a it a core value of your business. By choosing to use green packaging
It might seem strange, but businesses can now have four generations in the workplace, sometimes as many as five working alongside one another. The millennial generation has now comfortably settled into the workforce, making up almost 40% of the current workers. If your company is a little behind on integrating these up and comers, it can be hard to figure out how you should be managing a multigenerational workforce like this. Lucky for you, this is a guide on how to deal with millennials in the workplace.
Let’s set a few things straight about the millennial generation first. They were born between 1981 and 1996, making the youngest of their generation currently 22. They’ve been the odd “in between” generation, growing up while computer technology and other inventions that took the world by storm
Event planners certainly keep themselves busy throughout a typical year. It’s true that many event planners work with couples having a wedding. In fact, statistics show that nearly 2.4 million weddings take place throughout the United States each year. That being said, many event planners work with a large number of corporate clients. One study found that 61.2% of organizers plan corporate events. It’s important to keep corporate clients satisfied by planning great events for them. With that in mind, here is a brief guide for throwing the perfect corporate event.
Preparing an Event Timeline
It’s imperative to host an event that is scheduled properly. Neglecting to create a timeline of events could leave guests confused and ready to exit the building. To avoid this, speak with your client about what activities need to occur during this event. For instance, many corporate events include guest speakers or award ceremonies. Knowing what needs to happen during this event can h
If you live in an area where winter is far longer and more serious a season to deal with in summer, there’s a strong possibility you have a working environment without air conditioning. If you are working on a construction project, naturally there will not automatically be air conditioning in much of the work environment. While you might have simply accepted this as a natural part of life, there are some really good reasons to consider a rental air conditioner, dehumidifier, or some other type of temporary cooling for your workspace. Here are just a few things to consider.
Comfortable Employees Are Happier Employees
No one is working at their best when they are too hot, sticky, or suffering miserably from allergies. The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology reports that having a relative humidity of less than 50% can make a serious difference when it comes to removing indoor allergens. Dehumidifiers can do a lot to help your employees work more comfortably, as