Treat them mean

January 2008
Supply Management;1/3/2008, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p42
The article offers guidelines to save finances which can be applied at home or at work. It suggets to remove light bulbs to reduce energy bills, switch off heating and ask employees or family members to wear more clothes, and have a monthly budget for tea and coffee or take the beverages if it runs out of availability.


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