Lincoln Cemetery, Inc., an Atlanta corporation specializing in interment arrangements, violated federal law when it fired an employee because she participated in an EEOC investigation, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charged in a lawsuit it recently filed.
Instead of fancy branding, invest in training. By Cloud Conrad One of the many benefits of membership in ARCSI is that it seeks to elevate our industry’s image and, in turn, its members in their marketplace. Members enjoy a halo effect, but without continuing to deliver value to consumers that glow may fade. Continuous value delivery, through professionalism and expertise, validates the[…]
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Facility management (FM) professionals have until Aug. 25 to save US$100 on registration for the International Facility Management Association (IFMA) flagship event: the World Workplace Conference and Expo. The conference, presented by IFMA in collaboration with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), will be held in Houston, Texas, USA, on Oct. 18-20.
The recording and resources from ACI’s second Lunch and Learn Webinar, Germ Reduction and Disease Prevention in Schools: Healthy Schools, Healthy People, It’s a SNAP are available. The tips and resources shared can help educators and school nurses reduce germs and improve student health.
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(LAS VEGAS, NEV.) Every year at ISSA/INTERCLEAN, ProTeam® honors the manufacturer representative and rep groups who have made significant contributions to the year’s success. This October in Las Vegas, Paul Dennis of Mid-America Distributor Sales was recognized with the Mark Reimers Award as 2015’s Sales Representative of the Year.
The Museum of Clean was founded by Don Aslett, founder of Varsity Facility Services, nationally recognized motivational speaker, and bestselling author of forty books on the multiple aspects of clean and clean living. Housed in a reclaimed block of now connected buildings in the warehouse district of Pocatello, Idaho’s old town, the seventy-five thousand square foot complex of the Museum Of Clean is a green, LEED Certified building.