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CDC Recommended Tips For Employers Made Simple

There’s a lot of information out there about what to do once your business has reopened during Covid-19. How do you maintain a healthy work environment? What’s the best way to clean? What happens if an employee returns a positive Covid-19 test?  We’ve done all the research for you and outlined it in these quick to read, easy to understand tips.    Social Distance In The Workplace Maintaining a safe distance from others is one…
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ProfTech Celebrates Minority Heritage Month

October is National Minority Heritage Month! This month-long observation honors the culture, heritage, and contributions of minorities in America each year. As a minority-owned business ourselves, we would like to take this opportunity to tell our story and show our pride in our work, heritage and continuous efforts towards success and equality.  The ProfTech Story  Let’s go back to the 80’s, a time of big business—and bigger hair—when the nation was keen on shows of grandeur. In a time of big, ProfTech began in…
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Easy & Fun Halloween Crafts Made From Office Supplies 

Want to bring some fall festivity to your workplace? Need a quick craft for your child at home? Fortunately, office supplies are here to help! Everyday items you find around the corporate or home office can easily be transformed into Halloween decorations. Not only will everyone have a blast making these, but they’ll add some fall fun to your workspace.  Flash Card Flipbook  This one requires some creativity, but the end result is absolutely worth it! Use…
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Covid-19 took businesses for a ride in 2020, so what can they expect in the upcoming year? Although things are calming down, there are certain trends that are here to stay for the foreseeable future, and companies need to adapt. Fixed is a thing of the past. Flexibility and fluidity are the now and the future.   1. Distance Will Dominate  At present, it’s unclear when the government will give the green light for businesses to return to work at full capacity. But no matter…
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