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Printers & Beyond...

As the Executive Director of a non-profit organization I am always looking for the best value when it comes to equipment and service. Often it is a struggle to find that one company that can give you both at a level our organization can afford. I am proud to say that for the past 4 years we have been very pleased with Yuma Office Equipment. They worked within our budget, pairing us with the best copying and fax equipment, along with a comprehensive maintenance agreement. Offering same day assistance if something goes wrong, and knowing that their technicians are right here in town has added to my belief that they offer the best value. We appreciate everything that Craig Crossland and his staff do for Hospice of Yuma and recommend Yuma Office Equipment to any business looking to add new copying and faxing equipment.

John Williams
HOSPICE OF YUMA

Arizona Counseling & Treatment Services

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Prepare New Hires to Succeed by Onboarding Them Properly


Here are some steps you can take to onboard your new hires properly to help increase their odds of shining.

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Cost-per-Page: How to Quantify Your Printing Costs


Despite the fact that much of the way we conduct business these days is done digitally, companies large and small still rely on printing. In fact, it’s a bigger expense than you would imagine—research shows the average company spends one to three percent of its total annual revenue on print expenses. With this much of your budget going toward printing, it’s important for companies to gain a better understanding of these costs to ensure this money is being spent wisely.

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How Much Money Does A Downed Network Cost Your Business?


Most companies choose to be reactive when it comes to their IT management. Imagine if you took the opposite approach: instead of waiting for a tech problem to rear its ugly head, a team of IT professionals proactively monitors and assesses your IT environment, looking to prevent problems from happening in the first place.

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Keeping the Peace during Meetings


One of the simplest ways to manage conflict in meetings is learning to identify the warning signs. By reading the room and spotting a frustrated employee, you can often diffuse conflict before it erupts. Body language and facial expressions are tells, indicating frustration, which can boil over into conflict. Look for obvious signs of frustration in people. Identifying a frustrated employee enables you to take immediate action and nip their frustration in the bud, before it can turn into conflict.  
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