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5 Simple Ways to Identify Your Essential Workers

Posted by Leona Chavez on Apr 27, 2020 9:27:55 AM

As government mandated shutdowns and social distancing efforts to combat the rapid spread of COVID-19 reshape our everyday lives, there are many businesses and organizations that have been deemed essential and are open to keep the country running.

While the Department of Homeland Security issued guidance on organizations that are essential to infrastructure, it is up to individual states and counties to deem which businesses are essential.

Essential businesses need to identify their employees who are authorized to be on site or they run the risk of employees being obstructed from entering the campus or causing unnecessary delays. It also helps identify the people that don’t belong on premises and provides peace of mind that businesses are taking necessary steps for safety and precautions. In addition to a standard employee ID badge that’s issued to all employees, here are five simple ways to identify these essential employees.

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Topics: ID cards, product spotlight, security tips, employee ID cards, workplace safety, workplace tips, custom id cards, id products, essential personnel, essential worker ID, identification, essential workers, parking permits

4 Reasons You Should Stop Eating Lunch at Your Desk or Workstation

Posted by Dan Ryan on Apr 21, 2017 10:00:00 AM

Ah, the desk lunch. The practice is also known as eating "al desko," which loosely translates to "the saddest part of the work day."

How sad is it? There's an entire website dedicated to sharing the sad desk lunches of workers around the world: SadDeskLunch.com.

Let's just say the desk lunches featured on that site aren't exactly culinary masterpieces...

Most of us know we shouldn't sit at our desk or our workstation and eat our lunch, yet we still do it.


Mainly due to a combination of being stuck in the same routine and simply not having enough time to get up and eat somewhere else, leaving us relegated to our desks, day after day.

In fact, there's a chance that you're reading this while you eat lunch at your desk right now.

If so, stop! Grab your lunch, head outside or to the cafeteria and leave your al desko days behind.

There are a number of reasons why it's a good idea to leave your work area for a little bit and enjoy your lunch elsewhere. 

Whether you work at a desk, in a classroom, at a construction site or on an assembly line, these reasons should be enough to inspire a change of lunchtime scenery.

"Why is my keyboard so sticky...?

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Topics: ID tips, office tips, workplace tips

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