When someone mentions the Family and Medical
Leave Act (FMLA), many people immediately think of pregnancies. And FMLA is a
resource for employees impacted by pregnancies, but it’s much more than that. New regulations governing the FMLA have become effective, so it’s a good time to review FMLA issues.
Unfortunately, many fleets simply take a reactive approach to vehicle maintenance. In a widely distributed fleet, that could mean costly repairs, not to mention vehicle downtime. Fleet managers need to be able to monitor and collect data on the “health” of their vehicles to fix problems early and reduce costs.
After your evaluation of the equipment, you’re leaning toward the diagnosis that the motor is failing and you double-check two things. Your troubleshooting question: Which component was replaced, eliminating the intermittent equipment operation failures?
The immediate reaction by many companies during a recession is to cut their advertising. Advertising is seen as an expense and all expenses are subject to trimming in difficult times. However, advertising should be looked at as an investment that helps to increase your sales now and in the future.
Business customers throughout utility AmerenUE’s service territory now have $24 million in incentives available to them to help them save electricity and money. The new Business Energy Efficiency Program gives any nonresidential customer incentives to help cover the cost of making efficiency upgrades.
Mechanical Contractors Education and Research Foundation recently released a
new study that describes green building technologies being
implemented in Europe that could be used in the United States, especially
chilled beams and active or dynamic façades.
Bob receives a call from a customer who says her house is so dry that the wood is shrinking. Bob finds that the humidity level in the home is extremely low. Btu Buddy explains why this is happening in this older home and guides Bob in providing a solution.
A recent survey found that a substantial number of employees admitted to stealing confidential employer information. Your proprietary company information is vital and there are a number of steps you can take to greatly reduce your risk of theft.
Cloud (Minn.) Municipal Athletic Center (MAC) found a way to go green and save
taxpayer dollars in the process. With the installation of a new GeoExchange
system, the MAC is using the earth to maintain the arena ice and heat the
facility, saving electricity and gas as well as reducing greenhouse gas
Even on small boilers,
the prevention of scale formation can produce substantial energy savings. Scale
deposits occur when calcium, magnesium, and silica, commonly found in most
water supplies, react to form a continuous layer of material on the waterside
of the boiler heat exchange tubes.