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January 19, 2016
From Glass Magazine
Three Keys to Maximizing Employee Performance

All employees want to know three things: What do you expect from me? How am I doing? And, what’s in it for me? In other words, they want clear expectations, consistent feedback and a reward system. Communicating clearly about all three factors is key to maximizing employee performance.

Industry News
Trulite Acquires RF Supply
Chinese Fabricator WHTB Glass to Build First U.S. Facility in Brookhaven, New York
Midwest Wholesale Hardware Opens Sixth Distribution Center in Greenville, South Carolina
Saint-Gobain to Increase Capacity at India Float Plant
Cefla Partners with Henkel Corp. to Produce Fusion Coating Technology
People News
Bruce Bornhurst Named President of Enclos; Steve Danke, John Wolf Promoted
Jason Graham Appointed Wheaton Sprague Branch Manager
YKK AP America Strengthens Western Region Presence through Key Promotions
Vetrotech Names Joe Traynor Senior Designer/Special Engineering Projects Manager
Dwyer Group Welcomes Zoellner as Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer
Product Spotlight
Ford Transit Glass Transportation System from MyGlassTruck

During GlassBuild America, MyGlassTruck displayed the new Ford Transit truck, outfitted with a proprietary MyGlassTruck carrying system. The truck offers glaziers or distributors 12 full feet of usable storage space, with inside and outside racking. Glass is protected with horizontal and vertical rubber, and a patented second ledge doubles carrying capacity on the truck, according to MyGlassTruck officials. Read more...

From the Fabricator: The Pull of the Glass Industry
By Max Perilstein
Whenever someone new joins our industry I usually tell them that they are here for life. For whatever reason, glass and glazing has an amazing pull to keep folks around.
Great Glazing
Envoy Hotel

Contract glaziers: Oasis Shower Doors; Ipswich Bay Glass
Glass fabricators: GGI; Solar Seal
Glass manufacturer: Guardian Industries
Metal systems supplier: Ipswich Bay Glass

Uniting Boston’s rich history with its innovative present through glass, the Envoy Hotel commands views of both city and harbor. An expansive glass curtain wall façade dominates the exterior of the 136-room hotel. Inside, the city’s history and cutting-edge design are also on display, as functionally decorative shower enclosures and bathroom walls, digitally printed with art maps of Boston, maximize light and create interest. Read more... 

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