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Facility Maintenance Management Software by Eddie Tobey
... to a study, properly planned and maintained services can lead to a 20 percent reduction in the operating cost of a firm. The level and scope of functionality varies in the maintenance management system, according to the type of industries and physical assets. Therefore, except for standard functions like maintenance audits and down-time calculators, most of the software functionalities should be customized. These are many software vendors available, each of whom has an internet presence.

What You Need To Know About Appliances by Eric Morris
... It is important to know the advantages a particular brand might have over another and exercise an informed choice when purchasing any appliance. It is even more important to keep in mind the various safety standards and not be swayed by glitzy advertising when making a purchase. It is always better to pay a little more for an appliance to make sure that you are getting a product that will last and is hazard-free. Moreover, most products come with a guarantee/ or warranty.

Six Sigma Training - Why and How by Gary Preston
... The level of experience they have of working in your field isn’t necessarily that relevant compared to the level of mutual understanding and their aptitude as trainers, because good training means your colleagues will have skills that are transferable to other industries. Also, consider the breadth of service being offered. Will the people who start out training you still be there at the end? Do they have their own training materials? Will there be a help desk for employees to call after ...

The Surefire Way To Getting A Pay Raise by Dan Strakal
... You’ll be better off to do some research on what the industry standard of pay is for your position. There are many salary calculators and web sites online such as the salary wizards at HotJobs.com, Monster.com, or Salary.com. Keep in mind, such calculators provide industry averages and may not be adjusted for the cost of living in your particular part of the country. The average salary for an accounting clerk in New York City, New York is going to be slightly higher than for the same ...

LEDs: The Light of the Future by William Sutherland
... However, before LEDs can supplant the traditional bulb, “designers and advocates of the technology must overcome… the usual obstacles to mainstream market adoption: Industry-accepted standards must be developed and costs must be reduced.” [16] Currently costs are coming down and some companies are moving towards these industry standards (e.g. Phillips Electronics is working on LED bulbs that can screw into existing light sockets, while besthomeledlighting.com already offers LED screwable ...

Top 10 GSM Phones that "Really" Matter by Saquib Hussain
... card support of 4GB, and standard office application as well as support for download and installation of tens of thousands of Symbian applications, MP3/video player, FM Radio, Email, Opera 8 browser, handwriting recognition and 3G UMTS support. The P990 is posh but not overpriced. This phone is made for industry leading professionals who need every tool and best communication capability regardless of the price tag. Hope this review will help you get your next cell phone and happy shopping!

How To Get A Raise by Laura Browne
... Let your boss know that you want specific feedback so you can get the raise in the future. Ask to set up a time to meet about this again and review your progress. If you can’t get a raise now, consider other items that you can ask for: a bonus, a spot award, attendance at an industry conference, or a really exciting assignment. You can also ask for an interim review in 3 or 6 months. Then start planning – it’s never too early to start developing your strategy for getting a raise.

Your Salary: What Are You Worth? by David Richter
... Still another approach is to use a salary calculator to look at a salary comparison based on several factors including industry, geography and of course the level of the position itself. If you are interested in that approach, salary.com has a neat formula for calculating salary. You can go to their site for more information: If you want to make a lot of money, I suggest you look to your true worth. In most cases, your true worth is far greater than your current compensation.

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