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The power of recognition

Before an honoree steps on stage to accept an award, someone has to take time to either nominate or select them for the honor. Do you know a progressive individual or organization that has achieved professional success or made great strides in advancing women?

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Thirty-One GiftsThirty-One Gifts and Cindy Monroe ride a wave of rapid growth

It was like drinking out of a fire hose. That’s how Cindy Monroe describes a decade of high-octane growth at Thirty-One Gifts. She shares some lessons learned, while looking forward to getting back to basics.

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Jim Merkel pushes Rockbridge upward from a strong foundation

Rockbridge's success stems from balancing an ability to look forward while keeping the skills sharp that allowed the firm to grow. CEO Jim Merkel shares insights into the firm’s method of looking at a lot, doing a little.

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VIDEO, PHOTOS: Medical Mutual 2015 Pillar Awards for Community Service

On Jan. 29, more than 300 guests attended the Medical Mutual Pillar Award for Community Service event at The Ohio Statehouse. Check out our video and photo gallery recap.

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Insights

What to know when questions come up about workers’ comp entitlement

If you have an employee who is terminated as a result of breaking a written company rule, are you still responsible to cover the employee’s workers’ compensation claim?

How to determine when a settlement makes sense

Jill Havens, a settlement coordinator at CompManagement, discusses the settlement process and when to initialize a settlement with an injured worker.

Investment strategies for navigating today’s highly valued market

Investors often struggle with how to respond to a highly valued market. Regardless of one’s personal portfolio strategy and allocation, investors may need to take less risk today than they were 12 and 24 months ago.

How to set up internal controls on limited resources

Setting up internal controls is challenging for small and midsized companies. Generally, you don’t have that many employees, and the internal control aspect often takes a backseat. Find out about some key controls that even organizations with limited resources can implement.

How to increase participation in health screenings, encourage preventive visits

Employees understand the benefits of preventive care and want to know their risk factors. But they also might need a push, which is why it’s still a challenge to get employees engaged. Learn how to incentivize employees to focus more on prevention.

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