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Bee Thankful!

A special greeting of
Thanksgiving time to express
to you our sincere appreciation
for your confidence and loyalty.
We are deeply thankful and
extend to you our best wishes
for a happy and healthy
Thanksgiving Day

Bee there for the needy!

Bee there for the needy!

It soon will be cold outside!

Please join us and Bee part of the solution to keep our neighbors warm.

We invite you to participate in our first annual Coat Drive taking place during the month of

November to benefit women and children living in local homeless shelters.

Gently used or new jackets and coats in will be donated to The Transition Center, a shelter for

abused women and children in Far Rockaway, Queens and to the Interfaith Nutrition Network (INN) in Hempstead, Long Island.

Contact our office and we’ll arrange for a pick-up date that’s convenient for you.

Thank you in advance!

Bee Reporting Agency, Inc.

The Court Reporters who Care!

(516) 485-2222 (212) 327-3500

Bee Involved In the Local Community

Here at Bee Reporting Agency, we are proud to Bee recognized by the City of New York as a certified Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE).

This certification goes hand in hand with our involvement in women’s causes in our local community. Here are just a few of the ways we plan to Bee involved over the next three months:

  • October: Bee Part of the Cure

Bee Reporting will donate 5% of every job invoiced in October to the Susan G. Komen Foundation to help fight breast cancer.  Call in a deposition assignment and receive a complimentary pair of Breast Cancer Awareness Socks!

In addition, we will also fundraise and participate in the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk at Jones Beach on October 18th and support our personal friends and colleagues who are survivors.

  • November: Bee There for the Needy

Bee Reporting will collect lightly used jackets and coats and distribute them to homeless shelters for women and children. We will arrange to pick up all donations from local business locations.

  • December: Bee Part of the Giving

Holidays are a joyous time for most of us, but not all.  Bee Reporting will donate a portion of jobs invoiced during the month of December to purchase hats, gloves, and scarves to Bee donated to homeless women and their families.

Thank you for helping to support these important causes!

Happy Labor Day

Why do they call it Labor Day when no one seems to labor?

We wish everyone  a fun and relaxing holiday weekend!

Your friends at Bee Reporting Agency

Five Tips On What To Wear To Work in the Summer

Okay, the summer is halfway over. Have you figured out what is appropriate to wear around the office on these hot, sticky days? Here are some tips:

1. Tank tops? No!
Wearing less is tempting on hot days. Don’t go there! For the women, tank tops, spaghetti straps, and strapless dresses are only okay when covered with a blazer or cardigan, which defeats the purpose. Better idea: leave them home. For the men, tank tops and muscle shirts are definitely out and even short-sleeve dress shirts are not recommended.

2. Flip Flops Are for the Beach
What you wear on your feet is important no matter what the season. In summer, that means no flip-flops, boat shoes, or sneakers. Go for smart, comfortable, closed-toe shoes or dressy sandals and you will present a professional appearance.

3. Legs in Moderation
Women: be careful that your dresses or skirts are not too short. Since pantyhose and tights are not worn as much in summer, watch how much leg you show! Both men and women should know that shorts are never acceptable. Save the shorts and short skirts for the weekend.

4. Keep it Covered and Classy
For the women, no plunging necklines or bare midriffs. Avoid displaying trashy jewelry, piercings, and body art. You want to be recognized for your contributions, not become a distraction. Avoid at all costs!

5. Never Too Casual
Jeans and leggings are comfortable and easy to incorporate into your summer outfits. But be careful of dressing too casual by wearing them every day. Better to save them for casual Fridays and stay professional Monday-Thursday.

To be respected in your field, a professional attitude and appearance play a huge part. During the warm summer days, it is very tempting to let your guard down and wear what’s comfortable and cool, but it’s important to recognize limitations.

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