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2014 Best Places to Work: Legacy Awards for 10-Time Winners
Life Lessons from Thomas F. Zenty III
CEO, University Hospitals
Life Lessons from John MacIntosh
Northeast Ohio Managing Partner, KPMG
Life Lessons from Deb Donley
Co-Principal, Vocon Inc.
Life Lessons from Dr. David Scott
Chief Administrative Officer, Emergency Medicine Physicians
Life Lessons from Steven Kestner
Life Lessons from Roy Church
President, Lorain County Community College
Life Lessons from David Brockman
Managing Partner, BCG & Co.
2014 Best Places to Work: Special Awards for Workplace and Community Impact
Hyland makes devoted volunteers out of its workforce by paying for their altruistic hours and matching their charitable donations.
State Industrial Products
One CEO’s heartbreak drives State Industrial Products’ mission of wish-granting.
Excelas’ work-from-home policies help employees balance life demands and work responsibilities.
2014 Best Places to Work: Top Scorer Awards
Large Organization - KPMG
KPMG's Encore recognition program puts the power in managers' hands to reward employees in real time.
Midsize Organization - EBO Group
Employee ownership fuels an engaged workplace at EBO Group, where new skills and mentorship are fostered daily.
Small Organization - Pease & Associates
Scheduling flexibility and ‘buddies’ as mentors boost employee and client relations at Pease & Associates.
2014 Best Places to Work: New Hire Perspectives
Stephanie Hinchliffe was attracted by the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank’s special mission.
Hire date: January 2013
The Pattie Group
No matter the weather, Adam Jerina enjoys the climate at The Pattie Group.
Hire date: December 2013
Merit Brass offered Shawn Kunkle a place where he could establish a career path.
Hire Date: March 2014
Mayfield Collision Centers
Mayfield Collision Centers didn’t just find a job for Jenna Asbury. It found her the right fit.
Hire Date: December 2013
Village of Marymount
Sue Michalski fit well with The Village at Marymount’s team approach and caring environment.
Hire Date: May 2014
Be Well Solutions
Dani Palus shares Be Well Solutions’ passion for healthy living.
Hire Date: May 2013
2014 Best Places to Work: Best Practices
Best Practices: Positive Work Environment
Foundation Software, University Hospitals and Ryan
Best Practices: Recruiting
Cleveland Clinic, Akron Children's Hospital and Wayne Homes
Best Practices: Employee Benefits
MetroHealth, Ciuni & Panichi and Fedex Custom Critical
Best Practices: Caring for Employees
Mercy, TSG Resources and Emergency Medicine Physicians
Winning the RNC is great for Cleveland, but can it boost the GOP’s local influence?
With some help from three Northeast Ohio men’s stores, we put together a fall outfit for the office and beyond.
Creating a look that moves from office to after-work is effortless with this fall’s trendy colors and styles. Add pop with accessories or layer pieces to play with structure and proportion.
Whether it’s eBay or your network, a security breach can be disastrous. Eric Vanderburg can help batten down your digital hatches.
The Franchise King predicts three new brands that might be headed our way.
Out in Force
From startups to corporations, more workplaces are seeing the value of diverse, inclusive environments.
A new motivational app inspires users to reach their goals by having their friends bet against them.
Wanted: Another Major Scandal
If corruption in politics is what it takes for local government reform to continue, the city of Cleveland is always up for the dirty work.
The State of Health Care Reform
Five Northeast Ohio experts weigh in on the successes, failures and possible future of the Affordable Care Act.
North Coast Education Services custom designs A program to enhance communications and math skills.
Not By Accident
Solon’s economic success is based on decades of strategic planning.
WORKING THE ROOM
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Pack Your Bags
If you’re one of those Northeast Ohio natives who are quick to put our city down, then it’s time to get the heck out of here.
Scratching My Head
The business landscape is complex — but sometimes, the common-sense answers produce the best results.