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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 →
John David Sidley discusses how not to fib on a job interview. You might find yourself standing outside in the cold the same day you’ve begun that new job.read more →
Kristen Burkley understands the difficulties of juggling marriage, work and family. Using her own life experiences, she offers a few suggestions for an easier balance.read more →
Heads up Ohio employers, BWC’s Drug Free Workplace program ends and new and improved one begins or shall I say the horse and pony show starts July 1st?read more →
I never met a Human Resources Director I didn’t like or at least admire! Hire the perfect employee... keep the workplace safe... write policies... manage workers compensation, terminate employees, drug test employees and now, in order to manage rising insurance costs. Make sure all employees are healthy or at least on their way to becoming healthy!
I am amazed and exhausted when I think of the daily challenges Human Resources Directors navigate. As a Health Risk Manager and Wellness Educator I am convinced that comprehensive wellness programs and policies in the workplace are essential tools when addressing these challenges.
Motivated by my belief in workplace wellness, and an admiration for those responsible for these programs, I am committed to implementing and maintaining Wellness programs in the workplace.
For over 18 years, I have provided health, safety and wellness programs and witnessed small and large businesses taking their first steps to a healthy workplace; ...
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You’ve made the cut. The company's recruiter has called you in to interview for that job you want. Now what? This is an article about what will happen in that interview and how you can best prepare to do your best.
There are specific roles of the interviewer. These roles are not super complex, actually they're quite simple. The interviewer wants to find as good a persona as possible, one that is skillful, adequate and friendly and can ultimately compliment the company in this position. The interviewer will do this in a number of different ways, but will use these four things: 1) Their gut 2) Your Personality 3) Your skills 4) Who you know, who they know (relationships).
The truth is that all the theories about the best person for the job, the best qualified candidate for the job, while are nice in theory, are rarely reality. Hiring managers and interviewers will ...
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Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation will be discontinuing the DFWP program and discount July 1, 2010. It will be replaced by the newly created DFSP. Employers may find themselves eligible for this program. Employers if they apply could receive at the minimum a 4% discount off their base rates. This could be the much needed helpful shot in the arm to Ohio’s employers.read more →