OFM, one of the nation’s leading office and school furniture manufacturers and distributors, recently announced it is holding the ultimate “Office Selfie Contest” and is asking people to take their best group photo on their phone in an office setting. Click here for the full story.
It doesn’t take long for Americans to turn a mental health condition into a punchline. If we keep our desks too neat, we joke that we have obsessive-compulsive disorder. If we space out during a meeting, we lament that we have attention deficit disorder. And, increasingly, if we had a bad experience somewhere, we joke Read more about The Military Times: Why PTSD Is No Joking Matter[…]
“After seeing what Fox went through, companies are now likely a bit more sensitive to the possible PR damage that a harassment claim can do,” noted Tom Spiggle, principal at The Spiggle Law Firm in Washington, D.C. Click here for the full story.
Tom Spiggle, a former federal prosecutor who now leads an Arlington, Va., law firm focused on workplace discrimination, said the court decision is a significant ruling that gay rights advocates are likely to battle before the Supreme Court as they seek to broaden its scope. Click here for the full story
Whenever a new president comes into office, America thinks a lot about leadership.As President Trump enters his thirteenth week of presidency, we’re having a particularly extended discussion on what makes a good leader. Click here for the full story by Justin Constantine.
Shea Homes, the parent company of Trilogy at Lake Frederick’s Active Lifestyle Community, was the No. 1 Most Trusted developer in Lifestory’s study, which compiles the opinions of more than 9,000 homebuyers in the market for an active adult home. Shea is followed by Toll Brothers at No. 3 and Lennar at No. 7, both Read more about Northern Virginia Magazine: NOVA’s 55-Plus Crowd Calls These Three Award-Winning Communities Home[…]
For much of its history, home offices have always been walled-off from the rest of the living space and designed with traditional-looking furniture that looked totally different from the rest of the house with more of a corporate style and less of a homey feel. Click here for the full story by Blake Zalcberg, president Read more about LinkedIn Pulse: The Home Office Is Getting More Homey[…]