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GO-TIME: Labor & Industry Space Optimization Project Saving $250,000 Annually

first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Efficiency,  GO-TIME,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – The Governor’s Office of Transformation, Innovation, Management and Efficiency (GO-TIME) announced that the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry, as part of its multi-phase space optimization initiative, has realized a net savings of more than $250,000 for the project’s first phase.This first phase included analyzing the changing office space needs in several of the department’s Harrisburg-area office locations, including 651 Boas Street and 333 Market Street.For many years the Treasury Department occupied 12,700 square feet of space in L&I’s Boas Street building, but over time and as Treasury operations shifted from manual to computer-based, less space was needed. Labor & Industry renovated Treasury’s footprint, reducing it to 3,600 square feet.In turn, the Unemployment Compensation Board of Review, which rented space in 333 Market Street, Harrisburg, was able to move into the vacated 9,100 square foot Treasury space, saving more than $250,000 annually in rent to the Department of General Services, which owns both the Market Street and Boas Street buildings.“Part of our charge – every day – is looking for efficiencies in our workplace,” said Labor & Industry Secretary Kathy Manderino. “With more than 5,000 employees in 191 offices around the state, space utilization and optimization are simply common sense initiatives to save money and create a positive, productive work environment for our staff. This GO-TIME project is a perfect example of an ongoing effort to keep efficiency and innovation top-of-mind at all times.”Subsequent phases of L&I’s space optimization GO-TIME initiative involve consolidating space in two additional Harrisburg office buildings and one storage facility in Scranton.The Governor’s Office of Transformation, Innovation, Management and Efficiency (GO-TIME) is working to modernize government operations in order to reduce costs and improve services. GO-TIME works with agencies to identify opportunities to share resources, collaborate and engage employees in transformation.To learn more about GO-TIME, visit https://www.governor.pa.gov/go-time/.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf September 07, 2016center_img GO-TIME: Labor & Industry Space Optimization Project Saving $250,000 Annuallylast_img read more

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Gordmans opens for business Thursday

first_imgBatesville, In. — Apparel and home décor retailer Gordmans, a division of Stage Stores, will debut a new department store in Batesville with a Grand Opening Celebration beginning with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 9 a.m. on Thursday, March 21 at 218 Cross County Plaza. Gordmans offers bigger deals and smaller prices every day.The new Batesville store is part of an exciting Gordmans Grand Opening Tour Celebration, which includes 38 brand new Gordmans stores opening this March across the country, and 67 current Gordmans stores joining in to celebrate Gordmans’ growth. In addition, Stage Stores plans to open an additional 36 new Gordmans stores in Summer 2019, which will total 141 Gordmans by end of 2019. Gordmans offers incredible deals on name brand merchandise and trend-right home décor, making the retailer a treasure trove of fun and unique finds.At the Batesville Gordmans Grand Opening Celebration, guests will enjoy:Free Gift Plus Shopping Cards: The first 100 guests in line at the Grand Opening Celebration will receive a free gift and an opportunity to win a $50 gift card or $5 shopping card.Rewards Galore: Gordmans guests who enroll in Style Circle Rewards will enjoy incredible payback rewards, double-double points, a birthday gift and more.Gordmans Credit Card Savings: Gordmans’ guests who apply and are approved for a Gordmans credit card will receive 20 percent off their first day’s purchases.In addition, as part of Gordmans’ commitment to Batesville, the retailer will donate $1,000 to Batesville High School.Interview opportunities with Gordmans’ store manager will be available during the event and upon request (subject to availability).Gordmans’ Batesville Store Details:218 Cross County PlazaBatesville, IN 47006(812) 934-5475Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Participants:Gordmans Store ManagerMike Bettice, Mayor, City of BatesvilleAndy Allen, Principal, Batesville High Schoollast_img read more

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