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July 19th, 2019

Council Honored by Smart Business Columbus as a “Smart 50” Company

The Smart Business Network (SBN) is an organization that talks to the country’s leading CEOs to discover how they made it to the top and to get their advice on how other leaders can do the same. They have numerous divisions around the country that publish newsletters, magazines and books as well as hosting events […]

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May 21st, 2019

Walmart Reaches 6th Anniversary of Veterans Welcome Home Commitment; Announces 7,083 Veteran Hires in Ohio

COLUMBUS, OH, May 21, 2019 – Walmart today celebrated the 6th anniversary of its Veterans Welcome Home Commitment with the announcement of more than 226,000 veteran hires since its launch in 2013, including 7,083 in Ohio. The Veterans Welcome Home Commitment guarantees a job offer to any eligible, honorably discharged U.S. veteran. “Veterans bring their strong value systems and […]

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September 25th, 2018

Ten Cybersecurity Tips for Retailers

Large retailers are not the only businesses that have an obligation to protect their customers’ data. Smaller retailers are increasingly encountering the effects of a data breach. The results range from compromise of client or customer data to third-party control over that data. Protecting your customers’ information not only shields you from financial liability, but […]

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June 4th, 2018

Walmart’s New Education Benefit Puts Cap and Gown within Reach for Ohio Associates

Benefit includes free college credit for Walmart Academy training and options for Ohio associates to earn a college degree without incurring student loan debt COLUMBUS, OH, May 30, 2018 – Walmart today unveiled a new associate education benefit designed to remove barriers to college enrollment and graduation. The program is another step in the company’s commitment to train and educate workers […]

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June 6th, 2016

Labor Group Proposes to Place $15 Minimum Wage on Ballot in City of Cleveland

Raise Up Cleveland, a group backed by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), reportedly gathered 28,000 signatures – significantly more than the 5,000 required to place a proposal on the November ballot. Cleveland City Council must now consider an ordinance that would require employers of 25 or more employees to pay $15 per hour minimum […]

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May 9th, 2016

BWC Update!

Other States Coverage Do you send employees outside the state of Ohio to work? If so, coverage through BWC may not be sufficient. Click HERE to learn more information on other states coverage. To learn more, click HERE to view a video on the topic of other states coverage. True Up Process Employers must file a payroll […]

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