Congratulations, you’ve got yourself a new car! If it’s your first time owning a car, you may be a little fuzzy on the details of proper car maintenance. In fact, maybe you’ve owned several cars and are still not practising proper car maintenance. (Which might be why you’ve had to own so many cars?) Credit: Flickr Whatever your circumstance, you need to get into the habit of keeping your car in check regularly. When problems sneak up on you, the costs can be huge. There can also be risks to your safety. Here are some tips for those vehicle checks. The first thing you may ask is whether or not you should be doing this yourself. Well, yes and no. There are, of course, obligatory roadworthiness tests you have to take once per year.
Mar 03 2016More
Being in debt is never a lot of fun. And it can be very stressful trying to keep all your creditors happy. If things are starting to get out of your control, here are some ideas that might help. Image Source Get Rid of the Credit Cards If you want to reduce your debts and manage them better, the first thing you should do is cut up your credit cards. It’s impossible to move in a positive direction if you’re continuing to rely heavily on credit. It’s not a positive thing, and you should definitely not be doing it if you’re already in a messy financial situation. It might be a difficult thing to do at first. But it will be worth it in the long-term when you are finally managing to pay off your debts and regain financial control. Consider
Jan 19 2016More
Source: Injuries happen from time to time but you shouldn’t be punished if it was through no fault of your own. Whilst nobody wants to think about being physically hurt, knowing what to do in such situations could save you plenty of time, money and hassle. Whilst health should be our first concern, it is only natural to worry about the financial side of things too. Nobody can afford to miss out on months of work unless they are being paid for it. And if the accident was due to somebody else’s negligence then there is absolutely no reason this fate should happen to you. Here’s a three point plan on what to do if you do endure an accident at work. Act Immediately As with any form of accident, the first step is to seek medical attention.
Jun 22 2015More
Most of us would take any job on offer if we were out of work for some time. A paying job is something we all need, but there are times when we may have to take on a job we don’t want. It may be that we don’t like the hours, or we don’t like the people we work with. Sometimes the work itself is so dangerous we start to question whether we should be doing it at all. Dangerous jobs come in all shapes and sizes. Construction work is thought to be the most dangerous. There are more reported fatalities in this industry than any other. However, agricultural work is statistically more likely to result in injury or death. It's easy to understand why these two industries are considered dangerous. But there are many everyday jobs out there that
May 17 2015More
It’s important to be a good boss in every way you can. And it’s also important that your staff like and respect you as their boss. David Brent might have been misguided, but he did have the best of intentions. It’s important for people to like you because then they’ll want to work for you. It can help improve morale and increase productivity. You need to make sure you're the best boss you can be. And the best way to do that is to put the needs and interests of the company and staff before your own. Now, you might be thinking about the ways you can do this. And you should be because there are plenty. But, many of them might be things that don’t necessarily occur to you. So this guide will help give you ideas of the sorts of techniques
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