According to the United States Postal Service, commercial mailers represent 85 percent of the nation's mail. The USPS created the B.2.2. Security Initiative for Commercial Mailers, a voluntary mail security initiative, which focuses on national and premier account mailers. The B.2.2. initiative was designed to reduce the risk of an injurious article being sent through the U.S. mail by a commercial mail source. Even if your mail room does not necessarily meet the requirements of a large commercial mailer, examining security controls within mail room helps to ensure the safety of mail room employees, the American public, postal employees, and members of the mailing industry.Millions of U. S. businesses use the mail. The majority of these have only a handful of persons responsible for mail room-type operations. Of the millions of businesses, there are thousands of large, complex corporate mail room operations who have put into practice well-developed security procedures that can be … [Read more...] about Best Practices For Mail Room Security
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Women, this is a must read for your spouse. Pass it on for your sake, and even more, his. Don't let fear keep your partner from experiencing this life-changing event.Sadly many women would prefer that dads stay out of the delivery room. In a survey taken by The Royal College of Midwives, 38% of women said they would rather have someone else in the delivery room with them. One in six mothers claimed men got in the way, while four in ten fathers admitted they felt "fairly useless" during the birth.Many men wouldn't dream of not being there but find that when they are actually in the room, they're redundant. Some men are scared but consider how she feels. It isn't much to ask for you to stand by her side. You can do that literally, just stay by her head if you get grossed out easily and are worried about fainting.Men, prove to us women you aren't just useless in the delivery room. Your spouse will be grateful and it will bring you closer together than anything else you have ever done. … [Read more...] about The Men’s Guide to the Delivery Room
As the parent of one daughter and two sons I have had the profound joy of becoming the grandmother to six grandchildren. Each one of my children and their spouses had a girl first and then a boy. Yet all of them chose not to have anyone else present in the delivery room.The decision was entirely theirs. In one case I was there with them until just before the birth. My son asked me and my daughter in laws best friend to step outside because this was their moment. It seemed like just a few minutes when we heard the precious cry of my newest grandchild. Shortly thereafter my son, the proud new father, showed us a video of the baby and invited us back in.I do feel strongly that the decision to let other family members or friends in for the delivery needs to be a private decision made by the new parents to be. When I had my children we didn't have that choice. With my first one my husband was excluded, with the second he was allowed into the labor room, and with the third my husband was … [Read more...] about Grandparenting – To Be Or Not to Be in the Delivery Room
The Salty Waitress Salty Waitress is The Takeout’s advice column from a real-life waitress that will teach you how not to behave like a garbage person while dining out—and maybe in real life. Dear Salty, I travel a lot for business and recently got assigned to a client in a podunk town with hardly any non-fast-food restaurants. The last two trips there, I’ve just ended up ordering hotel room service because it’s easy and the food was pretty decent. I’m wondering how much I’m supposed to tip on room service delivery, though. Should I tip like a normal restaurant (20 percent) or like a pizza delivery where you just give the delivery guy a few bucks? My company’s dinner per diem is $40 so I usually end up ordering about that much food—should I tip $8 or just a few bucks in cash? Thanks, Hey Guy, I can see how this tipping situation could be tricky. On one hand, yeah, it’s food from the hotel’s restaurant delivered by a … [Read more...] about Ask The Salty Waitress: How much should I tip on hotel room service?
0 Comments Simple ways dads-to-be can be supportive in the delivery room BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Many dads want to be present for the birth of their children - but very few have any idea what to do while they're in the delivery room. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/just-born/simple-ways-dadstobe-can-be-supportive-in-the-delivery-room-36921453.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article36927895.ece/b43ac/AUTOCROP/h342/18420980-1.jpg Email Many dads want to be present for the birth of their children - but very few have any idea what to do while they're in the delivery room. New research has found more than half of dads want to support their partner as she gives birth - but 47% admit they weren't at all prepared for their role, and three in 10 say they wish they hadn't been in the room at the birth of their first-born. Only one in 10 dads who were questioned for the Pampers #ThankYouMidwife campaign believed they were useful while their partner was in labour, … [Read more...] about Simple ways dads-to-be can be supportive in the delivery room