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Information Control Co.Steven Glaser guides ICC through transformation to stretch beyond the state of Ohio

Steven Glaser, CEO of Information Control Co., and his executive team are taking ICC into its next stage of growth to become a larger player in the information technology consulting market.

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Henry Schein Animal HealthKevin Vasquez and Henry Schein Animal Health stay sharp in the face of challenges to...

Kevin Vasquez’s biggest fear is complacency. So he strives to maintain a sense of urgency at Henry Schein Animal Health — and it’s working.

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EMH&T Inc.Sandy Doyle-Ahern and a healthier EMH&T rise up to meet new challenges on the...

The recession took both a professional and personal toll on Sandy Doyle-Ahern. But now as president of EMH&T Inc., she's leading a stronger, healthier organization.

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Schottenstein Real Estate GroupGary Schottenstein takes care of his customers, team members at Schottenstein Real...

Gary Schottenstein learned from his father to treat your customer right and fairly. And after more than 35 years in the real estate business, he still holds true to that.

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Should you start your own insurance company? Consider the benefits

Traditionally, business owners have turned to the insurance industry for protection against risks associated with their professions, including malpractice litigation and product liability. But what if business owners started their own?

How to help employees stay healthy and happy during the cold weather

Each winter, organizations are challenged to keep their employees healthy. The holidays have come and gone, leaving the snow, freezing temperatures, short days and long commutes, not to mention cold and flu season. Often, healthy habits are left out in the cold.

Making the most out of your new year at work

The new year is an opportunity to make positive changes. People pledge to lose weight or spend more time with family. In that same vein, many people look to make changes in their work life.

Employers need to get serious about compliance with the Affordable Care Act

Employers could afford to take a wait-and-see approach with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) when it was first signed into law. Now, while more change is always possible, a wholesale repeal seems unlikely. So, here are key compliance dates and requirements that lie ahead this year.

How a workplace wellness program can be convenient and inexpensive

Setting up a wellness program at your company in the new year shouldn’t be burdensome, whatever the level of activities that you offer. Here's how to get started.