Air conditioning is extremely useful. It allows us to heat and cool our environments to the necessary temperatures. Sometimes it’s easy to know what the right temperature is – it’s the temperature we feel most comfortable in. Unfortunately what one person finds comfortable may not be pleasant for another person.
On top of this, air conditioning isn’t always just about peoples’ comforts. It also has some important business applications e.g. when it’s used in server rooms and laboratories.
The infographic below, originally published by Airway Air Conditioning, is a useful guide to the ideal temperatures for rooms based on the environment. By using the guidance provided, you can ensure that you’re setting your air con correctly for your needs.
Road signs aren’t usually that much of a fun topic to discuss. They’re there for serious reasons after all. That said, some road signs that have been spotted around the world are so bizarre that you can’t help but laugh. The following infographic provided to us by The Windscreen Company shows some us some of the most strange and bizarre road signs that have been seen across the globe. Watch out for invisible cows, visit a secret nuclear bunker and, whatever you do, don’t fart in the forest!
Dealing with your company’s HR tasks can leave you frustrated as well as wasting valuable time. By using dedicated HR software you can alleviate some of the main issues you encounter from planning employee holidays to managing absences.
For any business managing costs is vital. If a company can’t keep on top of its costs, it’s destined for failure. For a business with a fleet of vehicles such as a taxi firm, a goods transportation business or a removals company, fleet costs can really add up. Managing these fleet costs can certainly impact whether a business succeeds or fails.
When it comes to managing fleet costs, there’s a lot of factors to consider. These include the actions of your drivers, the health of your vehicles and the cost of fuel to run your fleet. The infographic below provided by The Windscreen Company, considers 10 different approaches for reducing fleet costs. If you haven’t looked into all of these areas in your business, you may well benefit from doing so. Are there any key factors you think have been missed? Let us know in the comments.
If you’re living in a flat in London (or a flat in most other cities for that matter) you will probably feel that your space is at a premium. It’s a frustrating situation – your house looks like a tip most of the time despite feeling like you’re constantly tidying up, you’re embarrassed to have friends over, you’re constantly tripping over stuff strewn all over the floor… there are some things you can do about it, however.
Take a look at this infographic from Vanguard Self Storage to see tips on making the most of space in your London flat – from advice on furniture to storage places and making it seem like your flat isn’t quite so small after all.
Key to many different types of projects – whether you’re a construction outfit seeking to dispose of large amounts of materials or you’re a homeowner getting to grips with your garden project – waste disposal is something you should consider before getting started.
A skip can be a convenient way of getting rid of your waste quickly and cleanly, there’s no ferrying of foliage in your car boot and you won’t have to attempt illegal fly tipping of any demolition waste.
The handy skip size infographic below is designed to help you select the right size of skip to meet your precise needs.
Some people find bees buzzing around a little unnerving, frightened of getting stung but bees are actually very good friends to us! Not only do they make delicious honey for baking and spreading on our toast, their industrious nature means that they not only make our gardens beautiful, they help us grow food too.
Buster Marquees know that planning your wedding reception can be daunting, so they’ve put together a handy infographic to help you plan your perfect wedding reception – from playlist lengths to what time you should wrap up, there’s everything you need to know to plan your reception and rest assured that you’ve thought of everything.
This infographic timeline of how to move office by Simon Long Removals, documents the stages of planning involved in the office removals process, from 9 months before the office move to the big office removal day itself.
You can find the full interactive experience on their website here.
Early on in the process you need to choose your new office, account for budgeting & inventory checks.
Moving forwards you’ll want to start making bookings for numerous factors such as the removals job itself & organising a schedule. Following this, begin packing & informing employees as the office moving date draws closer.
High employee engagement comes with many benefits including improved productivity, reduced staff turnover and increased profits. But how do you gain those employee engagement benefits? myhrtoolkit have provided this infographic to answer that very question.
As you can see, the infographic focuses on using social media to boost employee engagement. Here’s how it can be done:
It’s impossible to get the full benefits of social media within your organisation if your employees are unfamiliar with the platforms or don’t know how to use them. Employee training in using social media as well as educating employees on the benefits of it can make a real difference.
Get Your Leaders Involved
Getting leaders such as managers, directors and team leaders involved with social media is a great way of setting a good example to the rest of your staff. Leaders can be highly inspirational and influencial so get them involved to encourage other members of staff to follow suit. And remember, your leaders may need training too!
Recruit Social Media Champions
Identify, develop and encourage your biggest advocates of social media.
Listen and Apply
Use social media to learn what people are saying about your organisation. What do people like and what can be improved? How can you implement those improvements? Take particular note of reviews.
Lead By Example
Be a role model and get involved with social media yourself. After all, how can you expect people to believe in the benefits if you don’t invest the time in it yourself?