From the monthly archives: March 2016

According to civil rights attorney Tom Spiggle, similar measures were enacted in multiple states last year alone, even though the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ruled that discrimination based on LGBT status is unlawful under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Click here for the full story.

Continue Reading

The incredible retired Marine and combat veteran, Lieutenant Colonel Justin Constantine, joins Chris Leary with leadership advice as well as insight into his new book, “My Battlefield, Your Office.” Click here to read the full story.

Continue Reading

Workspace preferences have changed; this change has led to developments in space layout and technology, but also in the type of furniture that workspaces use. The days of ball claw foots, brass pulls, and opulent desks with hutches are long gone; people are looking for cleaner, sleeker, and more modern designs that can incorporate technology […]

Continue Reading

When my second son was born, I was working as an assistant U.S. attorney in Washington, D.C. It was a dream job for a lawyer looking for trial experience on serious cases but a nightmare for a new father who wanted to be an equal partner at home. Click here to read the […]

Continue Reading

“My Battlefield, Your Office: Leadership Lessons From the Front Lines” by Justin Constantine is both a field manual for those moving up the corporate ladder and the story of a Marine who triumphed over horrific wounds suffered while fighting in Iraq. Click here for the full story.

Continue Reading

The oval-shaped and interlocking OFM Jupiter stools can be used for standalone seating or configured into a variety of groupings, offering flexibility in classroom arrangements. The stools, which feature chrome feet and side divots for nesting, have an overall height of 19 inches and a width of 24 inches. Click here […]

Continue Reading

Tom Spiggle of Virginia’s the Spiggle Law Firm and author of “You’re Pregnant? You’re Fired!” is a good source on workplace law. He attributes continued wage discrimination to two main factors: silence and loopholes. Click here for the full story.

Continue Reading

Once upon a time, every office looked the same. If you went into a business in the 1950s anywhere in the country, the furniture was as formulaic as the gray flannel suits worn by the executives running them. Click here for the full story by Blake Zalcberg, CEO of OFM.

Continue Reading

Justin Constantine retired from the Marines as a Lt. Colonel in 2013, and recently published his first book, “My Battlefield, Your Office,” which targets mid-level corporate managers and shares ways to become a better leader. Dahlia has enrolled at Colombia University to pursue the doctoral degree in education curriculum and teaching […]

Continue Reading

Looking for something?

Use the form below to search the site:


Still not finding what you're looking for? Drop a comment on a post or contact us so we can take care of it!