Sunday, January 18, 2009

USA Today Just Wrote About

In the Monday, January 19th edition of USA Today, a story by reporter Stephanie Armour profiles on how businesses are celebrating the Inauguration of President Barack Obama and it mentions Click here to learn more about the Inauguration Day party at and sign on follow our Twitter at:


Employers are bracing for a major slowdown as employees take time off work to scroll the Internet, watch TV news and otherwise participate in Inauguration Day events.
But because of the special historic significance of Barack Obama's swearing-in, some employers accept that Tuesday won't be business as usual.

How some workplaces will mark Tuesday: is closing down operations and hosting a party at its headquarters from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m. that will include prizes, surprises and an Inauguration Day-themed lunch. "We wanted it to be interactive for employees and local customers," says Mitch Goldstone, president and CEO of the Irvine, Calif.-based company. "This is almost going to be like a national holiday. We're closing down regular business so everyone can watch. We wanted to just have a big party. This is so much more important than productivity."

[source: USA Today]

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