In the paper trade, a common way to distinguish a paper’s quality, and purpose, is in terms of weight.
What kind of paper should you stock? Stores and companies often ask this question, hoping for a definite answer. You should strategically choose your paper based on the client. There are many different types of paper varying in thickness, gloss, size, shape, all for different uses. When you’re deciding on what types of paper to have, you need to know your clients and your brand.
During the 1980s, the Brundtland Commission disclosed a glaring reality to the world stage - modern paper production processes apply little forethought regarding the needs of future generations. The concept of sustainability was originally termed by the commission’s report, Our Common Future. By endeavoring to control resource depletion rates, the Brundtland Commission awakened the modern age of recycling.
Instead of handwriting a letter to a friend, it's more common to send a text message or email. In an effort to reduce paper costs, schools, offices, and companies turn towards digital forms of communication like PDFs and eBooks where they once would have printed handouts and fliers on sheets of paper. Organizations and businesses have gone paperless, resulting in the paper industry contracting. The demand for paper dropped, and as one of the basic principles in economics teaches us, so did supply. Where does that leave those who need paper for their business? Without the right supplier, it can be difficult to find high-quality and readily available paper, and even harder to find a supplier that is eco-friendly. Double A paper solves your paper sourcing needs by providing premium paper that is also sustainable.
Unless governments, industries, and individuals make dedicated efforts to lower their consumption and shrink their carbon footprint, global waste will triple by 2100. The amount of garbage that human beings generate is unsustainable, and it’s killing the planet and people, too; 7 million die every year from pollution.
Let’s face it; everyone makes office mistakes, but when you’re the one whose guffaw has them on the proverbial chopping block, clichés are weak. Instead of trying to soothe yourself with tired platitudes, there are active steps you can take to restore your reputation and boost your confidence. Studies show that people who take action after they’ve been knocked down have less anxiety and higher self-esteem than people who don’t. But what’s the most effective way to own up to and move on from office mistakes? Read on for some quick and efficient survival tips.