Why You Should Hire A Dedicated Employee To Handle Data Logging For Your Trucking Business

Posted on: 8 January 2021

You might be aware that data logging is important for any trucking business. Right now, you and the other employees who work for your trucking company might already focus on regular data logging. However, you might not have a dedicated employee working for your business who performs data logging tasks all day. It might not seem necessary to create this type of position within your company, but you might find that it's really helpful to have a dedicated employee who focuses on this task throughout the day for these reasons and more.
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Three Kinds Of Commercial Roofs You Can Use For Your Business

Posted on: 8 December 2020

If you are planning to open a physical storefront or another business facility, or need a new roof for an existing storefront, then you need commercial roofs (and commercial roofers to go with). Commercial buildings have more options than residential ones, and while you can use non-flat, slanted options for your roof, you can also choose a flat sprayed polyurethane foam (SPF) roof as well as tar and gravel roofs.
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Working With a Consulting Service to Find a Great Site for Your Telecom Equipment

Posted on: 12 November 2020

Many things go on in the telecommunications industry that has significant effects on things like cell tower locations and costs to lease space on the towers. Working with a cell tower rental consultant when looking for a tower can help ensure that you find the right location with the stability you need for your equipment. Cell Tower Rental Cell towers are too expensive for many small companies to erect themselves. Still, cell tower rental consultants can often find a sight for smaller companies to rent space to provide the locations, height, and direction for broadcasting, receiving, or relaying signals.
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How to Hire Drivers for Your Business

Posted on: 20 October 2020

If you run or manage a business and need someone to handle the in-house transportation of goods or services, then you will need to find people willing to become drivers. Due to the nature of the business, it's important to make sure that you hire the right person for the job. You can do this by determining what licenses your drivers need, sharing the job opportunity around wherever relevant, and finding someone with the right driving history.
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