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    How to Create a Safer Work Environment

    There are over 32.5 million businesses in the United States today. And while they span many industries, there is a common goal among all of them: creating a safe work environment for all visitors and employees. A safe work environment is critical for ensuring that tasks are completed in a timely and effective manner without risk of injury to staff members. Injuries in the workplace can set back production while also costing the company hundreds, if not thousands, in fees and reparations. To prevent this, it is important to take all necessary steps to ensure that your workplace is as safe as possible for everyone. Some of the most crucial…

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    Three Steps to a More Socially Conscious Business

    2020 is shaping up to be a watershed year. On the health front, the Covid-19 pandemic is forcing businesses to re-examine their healthcare plans, attendance requirements, and compensation packages. On the environmental front, the Australian wildfires and their aftermath have shattered our old business-as-usual attitudes toward the climate emergency the planet is now facing. These combined events have opened a powerful lens which demands that businesses look at the situation with a more socially engaged eye. This could be the year in which American businesses become more conscious of the ways they can make the human side of business the most important focus. Businesses are now being asked to evolve…

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    A Legendary Elixir: Two Famous Stories of Tea’s Origins

    Indeed, tea is quite popular throughout the British Isles, which makes sense given the climate — who wouldn’t want to cozy up with a steaming mug when it’s raining all the time? Ireland, in particular, makes frequent use of the beverage. If you haven’t had a hot cup of Irish breakfast tea with your eggs and toast in the morning, you are missing out. Japan has a history of tea that goes way back to the 8th century when the invention traveled there from China. The history of tea in Japan is largely in relation to the tea ceremony, which has long been a staple of Japanese culture. Tea’s Myths…