How Businesses Can Fight Back Against Employee Theft

Posted on June 24, 2019, Updated August 17, 2019Categories Featured News   Leave a comment on How Businesses Can Fight Back Against Employee Theft

Currently, up to 78% of all workplaces monitor their employees — and for good reason. U.S. loses amounted to $50 billion a year due to employee internal theft. It’s time to fight back against this far too common threat.  It’s reported that the FBI has found that employee theft, which they refer to as “shrinkage” is the fastest growing crime in the United States. American companies lose 7% of their yearly revenue to theft or employee fraud. “We are seeing … Continue reading “How Businesses Can Fight Back Against Employee Theft”

Uber Inks deal With Fair to Revamp Vehicle Access Issues

Posted on June 20, 2019, Updated November 24, 2020Categories Featured News   Leave a comment on Uber Inks deal With Fair to Revamp Vehicle Access Issues

A typical lease agreement limits driving to around 12,000 miles per year with the option of purchasing more. That could soon change, however, and Uber is at the center of this new automotive approach. According to Bloomberg, Uber has lowered its barriers for driving for those who are hurting financially. This new approach wouldn’t require Uber drivers to make a big financial commitment with a years-long lease and is much more flexible when it comes to letting drivers return their … Continue reading “Uber Inks deal With Fair to Revamp Vehicle Access Issues”

Shipping Container Community Opens Its Doors To Low Income Boise Residents

Posted on June 11, 2019, Updated December 30, 2020Categories Featured News   Leave a comment on Shipping Container Community Opens Its Doors To Low Income Boise Residents

At the end of 2017, approximately 111 million people called apartments home in the United States. While many people choose to rent due to its affordability, some are still unable to manage the associated costs. Boise, Idaho, has been struggling with just that problem; a severe housing shortage (in 2015, the city announced that it would need to construct 10,000 homes in the coming decade to keep up with population growth) combined with low-income residents has resulted in a desperate … Continue reading “Shipping Container Community Opens Its Doors To Low Income Boise Residents”

Build Better Links: 5 Expert Tips

Posted on June 11, 2019, Updated November 4, 2019Categories Featured News   Leave a comment on Build Better Links: 5 Expert Tips

Two of the most important ranking factors for Search Engine Optimization are high-quality content and links. But how do you build quality links to your website? Content that answers the user’s questions is vital for earning links from authoritative websites, building your brand, and nurturing your audience. However, you can also use other tools to build links to your site. Consider the following tips from the following SEO experts. Have Content Worth Sharing “Your website will be one of your … Continue reading “Build Better Links: 5 Expert Tips”

Educators Across the Country Struggle With Low Salaries

Posted on June 1, 2019, Updated December 30, 2020Categories Featured News   Leave a comment on Educators Across the Country Struggle With Low Salaries

Teachers are some of the hardest working people on the planet. They have to deal with children of all ages and all the drama, stress, exhaustion that comes with it. They prepare basically year-round, spend countless hours grading papers and exams, and have to develop personalized approaches for each one of their students. Also, they are underpaid — quite drastically in some parts of the United States. Even in private schools, where up to 80% of teachers have advanced college … Continue reading “Educators Across the Country Struggle With Low Salaries”