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The purpose of The Great Workplace 2.0™ is simple: while it is happening, show core changes in great workplaces, so that start-ups, small and mid-size companies, can extract the principles that other companies are discovering. By example, grow in a healthy and sustainable fashion; return to our economy great dividends of revenue, value and innovation.read more →
Guest post by Brandi Gers of The Matrix Companies. Inflated workers’ compensation premiums are not just the cost of doing business. There are strategies to be had. There are controls that can be put in place. As a TPA, Brandi is passionate about reducing your costs and ultimately your risks.read more →
Time is running out, we’re here to step by step instruct and support you on your job search. Step one … Monday’s plan!read more →
Champion Personnel System, Inc has been contracted and retained by A Major North East Ohio Corporation, to locate a professional Product Compliance Subject Matter Expert for their corporate headquarters located in Amherst Ohio.
The person we are seeking will be highly competent in regulations such as RoHS, REACH and WEEE, along with regulations relative to Transportation and other Environmental sensitivities.
The challenge and the opportunity are to work with all levels of the corporation, effectively communicating details, compliance necessities and STRATEGIES for product (and in collaboration with Plant Compliance) compliance both domestically and globally.
A successful profile will be highly promotable, have solid experience in a product manufacturing environment where products are sold globally, and be a proven communicator. A degree in Chemistry or Environmental Sciences is highly preferred.
Compensation is more than competitively attractive and the benefits are world-class. Careers at Nordson Corporation are highly attractive to the best talent in their professions.
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Last fall I attended the Secret Service Summit presented by The DiJulius Group and John DiJulius (author of Secret Service and What’s the Secret?). The Summit brought together an incredible group of speakers and brand experts sharing their lessons, tips, and strategies on building exceptional customer and client relationships, but what was most compelling about the initial Summit was the presence of two unexpected advocates of client service – an accounting firm (Price Waterhouse Coopers) and a law firm (Carter Mario). In listening to the presentations from Price Waterhouse and Carter Mario, it became clear that accountants and lawyers do “get it” when it comes to the power and importance of the client experience.
Vic Petri from Price Waterhouse was quick to acknowledge that Price Waterhouse initially thought that their business was different and that what mattered most was the ...
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If Goldie Locks is the injured worker then those who provide claims management are the three bears. Which bear do have working for you?read more →
This was a previous post that I feel needs revisiting because it is just that good. No matter where we are in our carear, what we do, it’s the HOW we do it that matter the most.read more →