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Linken naar de concurrent? Of link je niet naar oud-IND-ers?

Toen ik van de IND overstapte naar een advocatenkantoor een eeuwigheid geleden viel me op dat de vreemdelingenrechtadvocatuur nog niet echt op internet aanwezig was. Was ik bij de IND gewend met 1 klik van de muis een hele bibliotheek van kennis te k...
by Vreemdelingenrecht on Jun 12, 2015

Linken naar de concurrent? Of link je niet met oud-IND-ers?

Toen ik van de IND overstapte naar een advocatenkantoor een eeuwigheid geleden viel me op dat de vreemdelingenrechtadvocatuur nog niet echt op internet aanwezig was. Was ik bij de IND gewend met 1 klik van de muis een hele bibliotheek van kennis te k...
by Vreemdelingenrecht on Jun 11, 2015

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by Css Genius on Sep 5, 2014

GREEN INFILL

GREEN INFILL After several under-performing years with insurance sales, the company was again experiencing significant annual growth in revenue. More demand necessitated more hiring. On my walk through their facility on the way to the CEO’s third f...
by FP+A Blog on Jul 30, 2014

FACILITY CHANGE (JUST) TO CUT COSTS AND INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY

Driving to yet another after work networking event, I already half-regretted having agreed to attend. The sweltering hot summer evening was better suited for sitting poolside in a bathing suit downing a cold one or two between cloudbursts, rather tha...
by FP+A Blog on Jul 16, 2014

EVERY EMPLOYEE’S SECOND BIGGEST CONCERN

The 3PL (third party logistics company) advance team was clearly in alignment on exactly how they wanted to organize the racking, floor stack pallets and conveyors to optimize product flow in the new warehouse. At our first meeting, they were...
by FP+A Blog on Jul 10, 2014

Blog Software For All Your Blogging Needs

Is it accurate to say that you are primed to discover the results you have been hunting down? At this moment any individual who has a composition ability or is yearning to be a writer […]...
by Make money blogging on May 20, 2014

THE BOMA TOOL

I had worked with Judith at several stops in her career through the banking industry. She was calling this time for my help in finalizing a lease for a satellite mortgage origination office. While the assistance she usually sought was...
by FP+A Blog on May 9, 2014

Putting Conferencing Back into Conference Rooms

About 8 years ago we undertook the design of a new office suit for Paul’s business. The response to our design was gratifying. Our selections of materials, finishes and colors were sufficiently cutting edge to remain interesting long past the...
by FP+A Blog on May 9, 2014

ROI FOR ON SITE AMENITIES

Of the six members of the facility planning team, two had been with the company since its startup fifteen years ago. Both could painfully recount each of the four moves the company undertook over those years. Aside from memories of...
by FP+A Blog on May 9, 2014

Design: Muscota Marsh Park, NYC

photo: nycgovparks.org Muscota Marsh Park is the newest public park in New York City ... and there's a fabulous article about it on Thomas Rainer's blog, Grounded Design, written by Harry Wade, a landscape design student at the NY Botanical Garden. W...
by Garden Design Online on Mar 23, 2014

Josh Millman Speaking Engagement: Intro to LEEDv4

Intro to LEED v4 April 11, 2014 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM Gannett Fleming, Inc. - West Building 209 Senate Ave. Camp Hill, PA 17011 An overview of what you will need to know about the new rating system. Introduction...
by FP+A Blog on Mar 21, 2014

Bright Horizons for Solar EV Charging

By Christopher Curtland This solar EV charging station serves campus utility vehicles at the University of Iowa. It can accommodate up to 35 EVs traveling 10,000 miles per year, with surplus power distributed back to the UI grid. CREDIT: UNIVERSITY..
by FP+A Blog on Jan 15, 2014

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Building Design Lessons from Apple’s Latest iPhones

Apple Computer’s recent experience with its new iPhone 5S andiPhone 5C speaks volumes about design for business. And not just about consumer electronics. The lessons learned extend to building design, too. With both Google and Microsoft gaining mar...
by FP+A Blog on Nov 7, 2013

FTC Guidelines for Online Advertising

Federal law prohibits "unfair or deceptive acts or practices" and broadly covers advertising claims and marketing and promotional activities, whatever medium in which they appear. Accordingly, the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC")...
by E-Commerce Law on Nov 5, 2013

10 DOs and DON’Ts for Employer Social Media Policies

In recent years, the National Labor Relations Board has actively applied the National Labor Relations Act to social media policies. The Act exists to protect employees’ right to act together to address their terms and conditions of employment. What...
by E-Commerce Law on Oct 25, 2013

Relocation III: When All You Have is Six Months

Expecting to renew her lease, my client had never considered that the landlord was not interested in renewing. Her company had been in the 180,000 square foot warehouse space (including 11,500 square feet of officies) for 12 years, through two...
by FP+A Blog on Oct 24, 2013

Blogs and Social Media Present Specific Ethical Concerns for Attorneys

You received an email from LinkedIn informing you that an old friend has endorsed your skills! While generous and thoughtful of your friend, and you agree that you are quite skilled in that field, as an attorney you must be cautious in accepting such...
by E-Commerce Law on Oct 23, 2013


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