Furniture manufacturer OFM recently announced the winners of its Office Throwback Contest on Instagram where office workers around the country were asked to share the oldest item in their workplace. Click here for the full story.
There was a time when American schools, like American offices, were drab and stuffy places. But things are changing. Click here to read the full story by Blake Zalcberg, CEO of OFM.
Nobody gets through life without facing some sort of adversity. Sometimes it’s family issues or health problems. Other times it’s work-related, in the form of difficult co-workers, impossible deadlines, communication problems with your boss, long hours, or any number of issues. Click here to read the full story by Justin Costantine.
“If it’s a separate property, such as a vacation rental, and you don’t live in the property, the FHA covers you,” says Tom Spiggle, founder of Spiggle Law Firm, which specializes in discrimination law, based in Arlington, Va. Click here for the full story.
Considerations of fashion and scale often suggest the concerns of younger, apartment-dwelling consumers, but lifestyle changes are influencing other home office shoppers. Blake Zalcberg, CEO of OFM, a commercial furniture distributor, pointed out that changes in living circumstances aren’t confined to the shift in demand from houses to apartments and condos. Homes have changed, too, Read more about HomeWorld Business Magazine: Home Office Transforms To Meet Consumer Customization[…]
Congratulations on winning the nomination of the Republican Party. I’ve seen that you are now moving towards courting voters for the November election and I just wanted to write to let you know why you won’t be getting my vote. Click here to read the full piece by Justin Constantine.
Tom Spiggle is a lawyer in Arlington, Va., who specializes in representing employees in labor disputes. He applauds the new rule but recognizes it will mean higher costs for some U.S. firms. The Times asked Spiggle to explain the new rule and its repercussion. Click here for the full story.