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Change the boxEat’n Park catches guests’ attention with a shinier, more convenient package

Eat’n Park noticed some dips in its sales numbers about five years ago. It wasn’t dramatic, but it was noticeable, says President and CEO Jeff Broadhurst. Learn how the 67-year-old brand stays relevant.

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In good handsThe Whitestone Group seizes opportunities with a can-do attitude

With a simple idea 16 years ago, John D. Clark Sr. has turned The Whitestone Group Inc. into a multi-million dollar business with 1,400 employees, thanks to hard work, word of mouth and a strong reputation.

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ZooskKelly Steckelberg has fallen in love with creating opportunity at Zoosk

Kelly Steckelberg doesn’t sit in an office at Zoosk. She’s out on the floor with her team and that’s just the way she likes it.

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Authentic leadershipAccion Labs demystifies its culture with transparency

Accion Labs has grown quickly, but in a service-based business, the ability to maintain quality is critical. It all comes down to maintaining the right work culture.

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Insights

How to recognize wrongful workplace conduct

Kerri L. Keller, Attorney at Brouse McDowell, outlines what employers need to know about workplace harassment.

How to use tiered and narrow networks to control health care costs

When done right, health insurance plans with restricted networks can save money without sacrificing quality. However, limited networks can confuse even the most astute employer — not to mention employees. Kimberly Cepullio, of UPMC Health Plan, clears up the confusion on tiered and narrow networks.

A look at payment methods — their costs, risks and benefits

Companies of all sizes tend to face challenges when it comes to managing working capital. Suppliers want to be paid quickly, but companies want to pay slower. Jim Altman, of Huntington Bank, discusses cash flow management and payment options that benefit both payers and suppliers.

Businesses need to master mobility management. Here’s why.

Managing the use of mobile devices in the workplace is one of the toughest IT challenges faced by employers today. Stephan J. Cico of All Covered Pittsburgh provides tips for mastering the mobile workplace.

Medicare coverage and what you need to know before enrollment

Charris Nelson, a Medicare specialist at Skoda Minotti discusses what consumers should know about Medicare coverage ahead of an enrollment period.