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Purchased these to help protect the floor of our 2015 Fusion. While the fitment is nice, there are a few things that this product lacks in. They have been installed in the car for the past 6 months. The front floor mats are holding up well, but like others have mentioned they don't protect 100% of the floor. There is a small area between the "footwell" and under the front edge of the seat. Depending on how far back you place your seat, this area of flooring will be exposed to the dirt / grime coming off of your shoes.
I use quickbooks pro and I also use the payroll. I recently ran into an expired subscription so went to qb website and downloaded the program for payroll at a cost of over 250.00. Does this product do the same thing as the downloaded product for payroll? I can now do ssa reports online which is a plus. I am not smart enough to manually do payroll or I would. I wish there was a shareware product out there to guide that process.
OMG, this thing is "the answer" when it comes to colon health. I recently remodeled my bathrooms and put in a higher toilet. Holy crap, I couldn't poop. My darn legs dangled. I heard about the Squatty Potty on the People's Pharmacy because they are a sponsor. I did some research, read the Amazon reviews and ordered one for myself. All I can say is that it works great. Not as fast as some of the reviewers but the volume of poop is much greater and the need for a second trip is almost eliminated. My gut feels so much better...YAY!
This is an important work for both men and women in the workplace to read and take in. Kudos to Joann and the executive women who contributed their stories who remind us to think about the ways we interact with the people we work with and to examine the messages we send both verbally and non-verbally. Recommended highly!