Posts Tagged ‘ Labor Day ’

Learning to Recognize Our Superheroes, While Striving to be Character Models

May 1st, 2023

The term “superhero” was first used in 1899. Since then, definitions vary. I like a combination of the definitions from Merriam –Webster dictionary and the Britannica dictionary for real people: exceptionally skillful people and those who do dangerous work. On April 25, the National Fenestration Rating Council’s (NFRC) Women in Fenestration group met to discuss […]

YKK AP America Inc. Raises Minimum Wage to $15 an Hour 

Sep 3rd, 2021

YKK AP America Inc., a manufacturer of commercial facade systems and residential doors and windows, announced it will raise its minimum starting wage to $15 an hour. The change will be effective beginning this Labor Day, September 6, according to the company. The increase will affect new and existing associates. While the majority of company […]

The Fall Selling Season–Time to Get Your Game On!

Sep 3rd, 2013

Well, Labor Day is over and the fenestration fall selling season is just around the corner! Many window dealers have expressed concern that July and August numbers were not quite what they wanted to see, but, I say, don’t worry. It is the fall selling season that really counts. The kids are back in school, […]