Monthly Archives: May 2009

Safely Land Back at Work After Vacation

For most people, taking a vacation (whatever your definition of that might be) is necessary to maintaining some level of work/life balance. Sometimes it’s nice to leave the office and not think about work for a few days. And like … Continue reading

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Social Media Secret Identities

Sometimes it seems hard to draw a fine line between your personal and professional social media identities. With so many social networking platforms (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, etc.), many people are set up with multiple profiles. So how do you draw … Continue reading

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Thanks Ohio, for Paying Us to Train Our Employees!

Hundreds of organizations have shared this sentiment over the past couple years with the assistance of the Ohio Investment in Training Program (OITP). The program provides grants to Ohio organizations to¬†support training for employees of new and expanding businesses. These … Continue reading

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Developing a Drug-Free Workplace Program

In addition to the organizational benefits of developing and instituting a drug-free workplace program, the Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation “offers a premium discount to eligible employers for implementing a program addressing workplace use and misuse of alcohol and other … Continue reading

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