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How to Decide if a Meeting is Necessary

Have you ever had a day when you felt like you didn’t accomplish any work because you spent the whole day in meetings? According to Doodle’s 2019 State of Meetings report, the cost of poorly organized meetings in 2019 will reach $399 billion in the U.S. Before you add something else to your co-workers’ calendars, take a moment to think it through and make sure it’s a valuable use of everyone’s time.

More than 100 Years of Boise Paper

As we get ready to turn the calendar on another year, we’re reminded about the rich history of Boise Paper and our continued dedication to creating products with Quality You Can Trust®. What’s the secret to creating consistently high-quality products?

Five Tips for Effective Managing Up

Managing up is the process of maintaining an effective, productive working relationship with your supervisors. More than just keeping your bosses happy, it’s all about building a strong relationship with your manager, keeping them informed and positioning yourself as a trusted team member. Below are five tips to effectively manage up.

Four Ways to Give Back to Your Child’s School

With school back in session, it’s time to start thinking about how you can make a difference for your child’s school. From clipping and turning in Box Tops to organizing a fundraising event, there are many ways that you can get involved with the school community.

How to Stay Healthy While Traveling for Work

Maintaining healthy habits is hard enough while at home, but it becomes even more of a challenge when business travel is added to the mix. Stay active, eat healthy and feel good throughout your entire trip with these simple tips.

Boise Paper is #FORESTPROUD

Are you #forestproud? Boise Paper is, and proud of it. #forestproud is powered by the North American Forest Partnership, a community of diverse, passionate and innovative forest stewards.

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