From the monthly archives: September 2015

Office furniture is finally catching up. One of the biggest trends in the industry right now is making everyday furniture more compatible with technology. That means building electrical panels in the armrests of sofas and lounge chairs and in the middle of tables complete with USB ports and 110-volt outlets so that you can recharge […]

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Morph is cool because it’s “both,” not “either-or.” It is both a soft seating, lounge product and it is a seat that offers the user privacy when needed. Click here for the full story.

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I wear the scars of my service in Iraq on my face. While on a routine combat patrol in 2006 as a civil affairs team leader with a Marine infantry battalion, I was shot in the head by a sniper — the bullet tore apart my jaw and the lower half of my face. Although […]

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Justin Constantine, a former Marine Corps Reserve officer who came home with severe facial injuries after surviving a sniper’s bullet to the head in Habbaniyah, Iraq, in 2006, is used to the staring. Those who speak to him are often uncomfortable, he said. Click here for the full story.

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A woman who miscarried twins was told this might not be the right workplace for her. Another who had a stillborn child was put on a dubious performance improvement plan. And a mother who had approval to shift her schedule to accommodate her daycare routine nonetheless faced harsh criticism. These are all appalling things that […]

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Justin Constantine, a retired Marine Corps officer, is on a new mission: to get more veterans hired. Constantine works with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Hiring Our Heroes campaign and serves on the board of directors of the Wounded Warrior Project. With Hiring Our Heroes, Constantine works to help businesses better understand what […]

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To mark its 20th anniversary, OFM, an office and school furniture manufacturer, distributor, and wholesaler, is collaborating with local artisans and startups in the Raleigh-Durham Metro area to highlight the different ways Americans work in today’s constantly changing economy and honor where the company was first founded twenty years ago. Click Continue Reading

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