May 28, 2008 | Vol 3, Num 22
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Truth Encore operators and multipoint locking systems, now standard with casement and awning windows from Lincoln



HUMAN RESOURCES
Flexible Work Arrangements Build Loyalty






The Latest...

Bystronic and Urban Partner to Launch High-Speed Friction Welder
Two equipment manufacturers to introduce a new, high speed method of sash corner joinery for window and door
manufacturers. ...
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Harvey Adds Connecticut Warehouse/Showroom
Harvey Industries Inc. opened its newest warehouse and showroom in Waterford, Conn. ... read more

Suit Filed against Former Crestline Owners
Six Wisconsin residents have filed a civil suit against the former owners of Crestline Windows claiming health problems and property degradation as a result of chemicals released from its former
plant. ...
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G.I.T. Acquires Vitrerie Briere
G.I.T. Doors & Windows Ltd. has acquired window and door manufacturer Vitrerie Brière ... read more

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John Swanson,
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The International Builders’ Show Web site this year featured a little guy walking around and talking at the bottom of the screen. It was the first time I’d seen that feature, but I just visited Window City's site last week that also had two “hosts” telling you about the sections and resources available.

I’m not an expert, but my guess is that’s “state-of-the-art” these days in the Internet world. That’s something, I’ll admit, the Window & Door Web site isn’t. We’re looking to improve, however, and so this week, I’m going to be a little self-serving with our poll and ask you, “What would you most like to see added to WindowandDoor.net?”

Of course, I’d like to hear from you too. I’d love your ideas and thoughts about how we could serve you better. If your company has an effective Web site, or particularly popular features, I’d love to hear about them too. Finally, we have a slightly longer online survey about our Web site we’d like people to fill out. It’s only five questions and it would help us tremendously if you could take a moment to assist us as we plan for the future. Please click here to go to the survey page.

RESULTS AND COMMENTS FROM LAST WEEK'S POLL—"What percentage of employees at your company is younger than 35 years old?": Is our industry attractive to younger workers? Click here to view the results of last week’s poll.
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