We all have tools that help make our jobs a little bit easier. Maybe its software or scheduling program, a binder with standing operating procedures, or a troubleshooting guide. Here are four handy tools every mailer should have in their toolbox:
Employee recognition programs aim to increase employee engagement, improve job satisfaction and reduce turnover. If they are done right as part of an overall company culture they can even show an impact on the bottom line. Here are some unique ideas for your company, based on the ways we recognize employees at Suttle-Straus:
If you’ve missed our weekly inspiration posts on LinkedIn, now’s your chance to see which creative posts had the highest engagement of 2016.
It's that time of year where most companies like to reach out and say "Thank You" with a holiday gift. Rather than sending another standard promotional item with your logo, or the same basket of food you've sent every year, here are nine ideas for custom client gifts that we have produced at Suttle-Straus:
Now that Thanksgiving has passed and we have all had our fill of turkey, it’s time to get those holiday cards and packages out to family and friends. Here are some deadlines to keep in mind as the USPS is expecting to deliver more than 15 billion pieces of mail between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day. 850 million of those pieces are expected to be parcels which would be an increase of over 10% from last year. A great USPS website to visit is www.usps.com/holidaynews. It has holiday resources and even information on Santa Mail.
The average person spends more than 90,000 hours at work over their lifetime. The reality is we spend more waking hours at work during the week than we do anywhere else. Companies have started to realize the benefits of having a visually attractive and inspiring workplace. If your office is still grey walls and cubicles, here are six reasons you should consider adding some environmental graphics to your company’s workspaces:
Halloween time presents an opportunity for companies to get creative and fun with their marketing. We’ve had a lot of fun recently creating some unique and interesting interactive Halloween-themed pieces through traditional print and wide format that we thought we would share for inspiration.