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As the holiday season kicks off, many workers are starting to wonder if it’s appropriate to exchange gifts at work. What works and what doesn't?
A nationwide survey conducted by the firm during September 2016 reveals that four in five employers will grant workers Thanksgiving and the following day off with pay.
Black Friday is past, but the holiday shopping is in full swing — raising safety concerns for retail facility managers.
Nearly eight in ten (79%) U.S. adults agree having a fridge full of leftovers is the best thing about hosting Thanksgiving.
Find out some of the most unusual holiday gifts exchanged at the workplace.
Once the timeline and budget have been worked out, it is time to think about the theme.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) looks at how energy consumption, by fuel source, has changed since the nation's first Independence Day.
Some workplace experts suggest escaping the office winter blues with bright colors: cheerful shades can help workers beat seasonal doldrums.
On this 4th of July, read about a group of companies recognized for their products made in the United States.
Take time out of this day to straighten up and de-clutter your workspace.
New Year’s 2012 marks the 12th consecutive year Philips Lighting is official Lighting Partner to the Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball.
"There are lots of ways to make this a more sustainable holiday season," says Stephen Ashkin, president of The Ashkin Group. "And just remember, every sustainable gift we give is also a gift honoring our planet."
As 2009 came to a close, employees at Indiana Furniture marked the new year with the collection of nearly 1,000 pieces of items for a local food bank.
Here's a collection of interesting holiday decorating ideas from around the world.
The Chicago Theatre was recreated by a team from VOA Associates Inc. for the annual “Gingerbuild” competition held at the Allsteel/Gunlocke Chicago Resource Center.
Philips Electronics has participated in lighting the Times Square Ball for 10 years, with a conversion of the numerals (2-0-1-0) to LED technology this year.