Someone in 1980 could have easily come up with a future where people used super-efficient electric typewriters and cordless phones, wrote Blake Zalcberg, chief executive officer of OFM, in the Huffington Post. But they couldn’t have imagined a world where everyone held mini computers in their pocket, texting coworkers and writing documents on their smart Read more about Woodworking Network: Offices of the Future-5 Ways They Will Get Weirder[…]
For many parents, leave, if it’s not paid leave, is not leave ’cause they can’t afford to be without a paycheck. Tom Spiggle talks with Yuki Noguchi from NPR. Click here for the full story.
OFM has announced that it has contracted with a national third-party logistics provider (3PL) to house additional inventory in three new strategic locations nationwide. Click here for the full story.
North Carolina-based office and school furniture manufacturer OFM has contracted with a national third-party logistics provider (3PL) to house additional inventory in three new strategic locations. Click here for the full story.
It’s 1985 and you’ve been sent from the future to explain how people work in 2015 to an auditorium of curious business executives. Someone asks you how people communicate. You describe a typical everyday situation in which an office worker briefly steps away from their desk to grab coffee and responds to an urgent work Read more about The Huffington Post: The Office of the Future Is Weirder Than We Can Imagine[…]
Justin Constantine defied the odds when he made it home from Iraq. A lawyer by trade, then-Maj. Constantine deployed to Anbar province in 2006 with a small Marine civil affairs team. The team was attached to 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marines, and worked to rebuild infrastructure in a volatile area between Ramadi and Fallujah that had Read more about The Marine Corps Times: How to Approach Wounded Warriors, a Marine Vet’s Tips[…]
If Facebook had announced a generous new paternity leave policy this week, it would have gotten some publicity and helped expectant fathers who work for the social media giant. But it would not have mattered as much as CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s announcement that he was taking two months off to be with his newborn daughter. Read more about The Huffington Post: The Zuckerberg Effect-Why Company Culture Matters for Dads[…]