3 Ways You Can Help an Archeologist Help Your Construction Site

Posted on: 22 August 2017

If you need to work with an archaeologist it can be hard to know exactly how to support them as you work, especially if you are not familiar with archaeology and archaeologist work practises. Here are some tips to help support archaeology in your work space.  Understand their needs There is a lot of difference between types of archeology jobs. Some are more sensitive to noise and vibration, whilst others will be sensitive to dust and contaminants.
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3 Reasons to Hire Engineering Consultants Rather Than In-House Engineers

Posted on: 3 August 2017

As a business owner, you constantly have to decide between hiring full-time in-house employees or working with consultants. That applies to accounting services, marketing professionals and multiple other categories, and each category needs to be considered on its own. If you've got a big engineering project coming up, you may be wondering if you should hire in-house professionals or work with consultants who provide engineering services. There are pros and cons to both alternatives, but here are three key signs working with consultants is right for you.
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Change Your Lifestyle, Manage Your Anxiety

Posted on: 24 July 2017

Anxiety is something that everyone experiences from time to time — a normal part of life that signals when things are wrong or when there's a source of worry. But for some, anxiety is not just an occasional problem. People suffering from an anxiety disorder can experience near-constant worry, and it can take over lives if it's allowed to. Fortunately, the medical understanding of anxiety has grown in recent years, and there are lots of coping techniques that can really help, such as meditation and breathing exercises, medication and counselling.
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4 Issues You Should Consider Before Handling Your Own Customs Clearance

Posted on: 19 July 2017

Some business owners may consider handling all their customs clearance in-house in order to avoid the cost of paying a customs broker. However, you should be careful when making that switch so that you don't get into situations that you are unable to deal with. This article discusses some of those potential pitfalls that you should plan for before handling your own customs clearance matters. Regulatory Guidance Customs clearance goes beyond filling forms.
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