Macy's

20 Jul 19
brand test

Last summer was extremely busy for me. Richard Carey and I teamed up once again at Right Management teaching branding workshops to executives in transition. In other words, we were showing middle managers and C-Suite executives the basics of branding themselves using today’s online technology. Web 2.0 open source sites are free and allow even […]

20 Jul 19
State of Globe

What are you doing? Do you find yourself doing these things? Even if you don’t, this is an important read. Did you just circulate that article because of the headline, without reading the actual article? Or, are you the one who suggested Hillary Clinton is dead and we are witnessing her clone walking around? Maybe […]

20 Jul 19
Taxi Near Me

Shopping in Miami overflows with circumstances, with a wide grouping of refined shopping centers to little master boutiques. As the city is very rambling, it pays to know heretofore which area to set out toward. (by hull coach hire) Key territories The Miami Design District is a center for creator style from Marni to Louis […]

20 Jul 19
TV Bracket Installation Services

TL;DR: The all-inclusive Ninja Mega Kitchen System is $169.99 at Macy’s, down from its usual price of $249.99. With summer heat still lingering in the air and the sun constantly beaming down to remind us that it’s not quite over yet, we’re all looking for any kind of relief. Frozen drinks and smoothies are a […]

20 Jul 19
Deals Finders

Macy’s : NYX Professional Makeup Conceal Correct Contour Palette Light Just $8.40 (Reg : $12)

20 Jul 19
Deals Finders

Macy’s : NYX Professional Makeup Ultimate Shadow Palette – Brights Just $12.60 (Reg : $18)

20 Jul 19
practicing

my heart breaks at our inability to be with suffering. my mind, body, and spirit hurt at our numbing–in all the ways we distance ourselves from the pain we experience personally and collectively. this weekend, i was in a workshop on dismantling racism. an elderly african- american man stood to share work he had done […]

20 Jul 19
YourCentralValley.com
Come enjoy sales and deals at Macy’s to celebrate National Lipstick Day on July 29th. Sales are already happening now. Don’t miss finding the perfect red or pink lipstick shade from top cosmetic brands that will work best for you. Head to Fashion Fair or River Park Macy’s beauty counters today!
19 Jul 19
Press Telegram
Faced with a slowdown in business and rising production costs, furniture maker Jonathan Louis International Ltd. plans to terminate the night shift at its manufacturing and assembly facilities in Gardena, a move that will result in 329 layoffs. The workers will be let go Aug. 30, according to a June 24 Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification sent to the state Employment Development Department. The employees work at two facilities — one at 544 W. 130th St. and another at 547 W. 132nd St. “Affected employees will not have ‘bumping rights’ or any other right to displace another employee in lieu of losing their job,” Juan Valle, the company’s owner and director of manufacturing operations, said his notice to the EDD. “The affected employees are not represented by a union.” Valle could not be reached Friday for comment, but he said in his letter that downsizing was prompted by “a slowing in business demand and an increase in production costs.” The Los Angeles-based company’s products — ranging from sofas, sectionals and chairs to storage beds, chaise lounges and headboards — are sold in stores throughout Southern California. Local retailers that offer Jonathan Louis furniture include Macy’s, A Royal Suite with locations in Santa Clarita and Palmdale, Furniture Gallery in Northridge, A Star Furniture in Glendale, Monderism in Pasadena, Furniture Depot in San Dimas, Mathis Brothers in Ontario, and Living Spaces in Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Orange counties, among others. Positions affected by the layoffs include 179 floor helpers, 40 upholsterers, 34 machine sewing operators, 16 fabric cutters, 12 assemblers, eight quality control inspectors, seven forklift drivers, six supervisors, five janitors, four machine operators, four spring assemblers and three foam cutters. China provides more than 86 percent of Jonathan Louis’s materials, according to data from research firm Panjiva, and as the trade war between the U.S. and China continues, supply-chain costs have risen for manufacturers throughout the nation. Furniture, bedding and mattresses were among the items included in the Trump administration’s recently imposed 25% tariff on imported Chinese goods. Figures released Friday from the EDD show employment in the Los Angeles County’s Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing category fell 5.2% in June from the same period a year earlier. The Household & Institutional Furniture category took an even bigger with an 8% annual decline.
19 Jul 19
Daily Breeze
Faced with a slowdown in business and rising production costs, furniture maker Jonathan Louis International Ltd. plans to terminate the night shift at its manufacturing and assembly facilities in Gardena, a move that will result in 329 layoffs. The workers will be let go Aug. 30, according to a June 24 Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification sent to the state Employment Development Department. The employees work at two facilities — one at 544 W. 130th St. and another at 547 W. 132nd St. “Affected employees will not have ‘bumping rights’ or any other right to displace another employee in lieu of losing their job,” Juan Valle, the company’s owner and director of manufacturing operations, said his notice to the EDD. “The affected employees are not represented by a union.” Valle could not be reached Friday for comment, but he said in his letter that downsizing was prompted by “a slowing in business demand and an increase in production costs.” The Los Angeles-based company’s products — ranging from sofas, sectionals and chairs to storage beds, chaise lounges and headboards — are sold in stores throughout Southern California. Local retailers that offer Jonathan Louis furniture include Macy’s, A Royal Suite with locations in Santa Clarita and Palmdale, Furniture Gallery in Northridge, A Star Furniture in Glendale, Monderism in Pasadena, Furniture Depot in San Dimas, Mathis Brothers in Ontario, and Living Spaces in Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Orange counties, among others. Positions affected by the layoffs include 179 floor helpers, 40 upholsterers, 34 machine sewing operators, 16 fabric cutters, 12 assemblers, eight quality control inspectors, seven forklift drivers, six supervisors, five janitors, four machine operators, four spring assemblers and three foam cutters. China provides more than 86 percent of Jonathan Louis’s materials, according to data from research firm Panjiva, and as the trade war between the U.S. and China continues, supply-chain costs have risen for manufacturers throughout the nation. Furniture, bedding and mattresses were among the items included in the Trump administration’s recently imposed 25% tariff on imported Chinese goods. Figures released Friday from the EDD show employment in the Los Angeles County’s Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing category fell 5.2% in June from the same period a year earlier. The Household & Institutional Furniture category took an even bigger with an 8% annual decline.
19 Jul 19
Pasadena Star News
Faced with a slowdown in business and rising production costs, furniture maker Jonathan Louis International Ltd. plans to terminate the night shift at its manufacturing and assembly facilities in Gardena, a move that will result in 329 layoffs. The workers will be let go Aug. 30, according to a June 24 Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification sent to the state Employment Development Department. The employees work at two facilities — one at 544 W. 130th St. and another at 547 W. 132nd St. “Affected employees will not have ‘bumping rights’ or any other right to displace another employee in lieu of losing their job,” Juan Valle, the company’s owner and director of manufacturing operations, said his notice to the EDD. “The affected employees are not represented by a union.” Valle could not be reached Friday for comment, but he said in his letter that downsizing was prompted by “a slowing in business demand and an increase in production costs.” The Los Angeles-based company’s products — ranging from sofas, sectionals and chairs to storage beds, chaise lounges and headboards — are sold in stores throughout Southern California. Local retailers that offer Jonathan Louis furniture include Macy’s, A Royal Suite with locations in Santa Clarita and Palmdale, Furniture Gallery in Northridge, A Star Furniture in Glendale, Monderism in Pasadena, Furniture Depot in San Dimas, Mathis Brothers in Ontario, and Living Spaces in Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Orange counties, among others. Positions affected by the layoffs include 179 floor helpers, 40 upholsterers, 34 machine sewing operators, 16 fabric cutters, 12 assemblers, eight quality control inspectors, seven forklift drivers, six supervisors, five janitors, four machine operators, four spring assemblers and three foam cutters. China provides more than 86 percent of Jonathan Louis’s materials, according to data from research firm Panjiva, and as the trade war between the U.S. and China continues, supply-chain costs have risen for manufacturers throughout the nation. Furniture, bedding and mattresses were among the items included in the Trump administration’s recently imposed 25% tariff on imported Chinese goods. Figures released Friday from the EDD show employment in the Los Angeles County’s Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing category fell 5.2% in June from the same period a year earlier. The Household & Institutional Furniture category took an even bigger with an 8% annual decline.
19 Jul 19
Orange County Register
Faced with a slowdown in business and rising production costs, furniture maker Jonathan Louis International Ltd. plans to terminate the night shift at its manufacturing and assembly facilities in Gardena, a move that will result in 329 layoffs. The workers will be let go Aug. 30, according to a June 24 Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification sent to the state Employment Development Department. The employees work at two facilities — one at 544 W. 130th St. and another at 547 W. 132nd St. “Affected employees will not have ‘bumping rights’ or any other right to displace another employee in lieu of losing their job,” Juan Valle, the company’s owner and director of manufacturing operations, said his notice to the EDD. “The affected employees are not represented by a union.” Valle could not be reached Friday for comment, but he said in his letter that downsizing was prompted by “a slowing in business demand and an increase in production costs.” The Los Angeles-based company’s products — ranging from sofas, sectionals and chairs to storage beds, chaise lounges and headboards — are sold in stores throughout Southern California. Local retailers that offer Jonathan Louis furniture include Macy’s, A Royal Suite with locations in Santa Clarita and Palmdale, Furniture Gallery in Northridge, A Star Furniture in Glendale, Monderism in Pasadena, Furniture Depot in San Dimas, Mathis Brothers in Ontario, and Living Spaces in Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Orange counties, among others. Positions affected by the layoffs include 179 floor helpers, 40 upholsterers, 34 machine sewing operators, 16 fabric cutters, 12 assemblers, eight quality control inspectors, seven forklift drivers, six supervisors, five janitors, four machine operators, four spring assemblers and three foam cutters. China provides more than 86 percent of Jonathan Louis’s materials, according to data from research firm Panjiva, and as the trade war between the U.S. and China continues, supply-chain costs have risen for manufacturers throughout the nation. Furniture, bedding and mattresses were among the items included in the Trump administration’s recently imposed 25% tariff on imported Chinese goods. Figures released Friday from the EDD show employment in the Los Angeles County’s Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing category fell 5.2% in June from the same period a year earlier. The Household & Institutional Furniture category took an even bigger with an 8% annual decline.
19 Jul 19
Daily News
Faced with a slowdown in business and rising production costs, furniture maker Jonathan Louis International Ltd. plans to terminate the night shift at its manufacturing and assembly facilities in Gardena, a move that will result in 329 layoffs. The workers will be let go Aug. 30, according to a June 24 Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification sent to the state Employment Development Department. The employees work at two facilities — one at 544 W. 130th St. and another at 547 W. 132nd St. “Affected employees will not have ‘bumping rights’ or any other right to displace another employee in lieu of losing their job,” Juan Valle, the company’s owner and director of manufacturing operations, said his notice to the EDD. “The affected employees are not represented by a union.” Valle could not be reached Friday for comment, but he said in his letter that downsizing was prompted by “a slowing in business demand and an increase in production costs.” The Los Angeles-based company’s products — ranging from sofas, sectionals and chairs to storage beds, chaise lounges and headboards — are sold in stores throughout Southern California. Local retailers that offer Jonathan Louis furniture include Macy’s, A Royal Suite with locations in Santa Clarita and Palmdale, Furniture Gallery in Northridge, A Star Furniture in Glendale, Monderism in Pasadena, Furniture Depot in San Dimas, Mathis Brothers in Ontario, and Living Spaces in Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Orange counties, among others. Positions affected by the layoffs include 179 floor helpers, 40 upholsterers, 34 machine sewing operators, 16 fabric cutters, 12 assemblers, eight quality control inspectors, seven forklift drivers, six supervisors, five janitors, four machine operators, four spring assemblers and three foam cutters. China provides more than 86 percent of Jonathan Louis’s materials, according to data from research firm Panjiva, and as the trade war between the U.S. and China continues, supply-chain costs have risen for manufacturers throughout the nation. Furniture, bedding and mattresses were among the items included in the Trump administration’s recently imposed 25% tariff on imported Chinese goods. Figures released Friday from the EDD show employment in the Los Angeles County’s Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing category fell 5.2% in June from the same period a year earlier. The Household & Institutional Furniture category took an even bigger with an 8% annual decline.
19 Jul 19
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Faced with a slowdown in business and rising production costs, furniture maker Jonathan Louis International Ltd. plans to terminate the night shift at its manufacturing and assembly facilities in Gardena, a move that will result in 329 layoffs. The workers will be let go Aug. 30, according to a June 24 Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification sent to the state Employment Development Department. The employees work at two facilities — one at 544 W. 130th St. and another at 547 W. 132nd St. “Affected employees will not have ‘bumping rights’ or any other right to displace another employee in lieu of losing their job,” Juan Valle, the company’s owner and director of manufacturing operations, said his notice to the EDD. “The affected employees are not represented by a union.” Valle could not be reached Friday for comment, but he said in his letter that downsizing was prompted by “a slowing in business demand and an increase in production costs.” The Los Angeles-based company’s products — ranging from sofas, sectionals and chairs to storage beds, chaise lounges and headboards — are sold in stores throughout Southern California. Local retailers that offer Jonathan Louis furniture include Macy’s, A Royal Suite with locations in Santa Clarita and Palmdale, Furniture Gallery in Northridge, A Star Furniture in Glendale, Monderism in Pasadena, Furniture Depot in San Dimas, Mathis Brothers in Ontario, and Living Spaces in Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Orange counties, among others. Positions affected by the layoffs include 179 floor helpers, 40 upholsterers, 34 machine sewing operators, 16 fabric cutters, 12 assemblers, eight quality control inspectors, seven forklift drivers, six supervisors, five janitors, four machine operators, four spring assemblers and three foam cutters. China provides more than 86 percent of Jonathan Louis’s materials, according to data from research firm Panjiva, and as the trade war between the U.S. and China continues, supply-chain costs have risen for manufacturers throughout the nation. Furniture, bedding and mattresses were among the items included in the Trump administration’s recently imposed 25% tariff on imported Chinese goods. Figures released Friday from the EDD show employment in the Los Angeles County’s Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing category fell 5.2% in June from the same period a year earlier. The Household & Institutional Furniture category took an even bigger with an 8% annual decline.
19 Jul 19
Press Enterprise
Faced with a slowdown in business and rising production costs, furniture maker Jonathan Louis International Ltd. plans to terminate the night shift at its manufacturing and assembly facilities in Gardena, a move that will result in 329 layoffs. The workers will be let go Aug. 30, according to a June 24 Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification sent to the state Employment Development Department. The employees work at two facilities — one at 544 W. 130th St. and another at 547 W. 132nd St. “Affected employees will not have ‘bumping rights’ or any other right to displace another employee in lieu of losing their job,” Juan Valle, the company’s owner and director of manufacturing operations, said his notice to the EDD. “The affected employees are not represented by a union.” Valle could not be reached Friday for comment, but he said in his letter that downsizing was prompted by “a slowing in business demand and an increase in production costs.” The Los Angeles-based company’s products — ranging from sofas, sectionals and chairs to storage beds, chaise lounges and headboards — are sold in stores throughout Southern California. Local retailers that offer Jonathan Louis furniture include Macy’s, A Royal Suite with locations in Santa Clarita and Palmdale, Furniture Gallery in Northridge, A Star Furniture in Glendale, Monderism in Pasadena, Furniture Depot in San Dimas, Mathis Brothers in Ontario, and Living Spaces in Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Orange counties, among others. Positions affected by the layoffs include 179 floor helpers, 40 upholsterers, 34 machine sewing operators, 16 fabric cutters, 12 assemblers, eight quality control inspectors, seven forklift drivers, six supervisors, five janitors, four machine operators, four spring assemblers and three foam cutters. China provides more than 86 percent of Jonathan Louis’s materials, according to data from research firm Panjiva, and as the trade war between the U.S. and China continues, supply-chain costs have risen for manufacturers throughout the nation. Furniture, bedding and mattresses were among the items included in the Trump administration’s recently imposed 25% tariff on imported Chinese goods. Figures released Friday from the EDD show employment in the Los Angeles County’s Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing category fell 5.2% in June from the same period a year earlier. The Household & Institutional Furniture category took an even bigger with an 8% annual decline.