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The Medical Mutual 2017 Pillar Award for Community Service, Central Ohio

Recognizing businesses and individuals dedicated to making Central Ohio a better place to live, especially the tie between the for-profit and nonprofit worlds.

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The Medical Mutual 2017 Pillar Award for Community...

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21 organizations demonstrate the keys to longevity

21 organizations in the Pittsburgh region share how they adapt to changing times and explain how culture factors into their business longevity.

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21 organizations demonstrate the keys to longevity

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2017 Medical Mutual Pillar Award for Community Service, Greater Cincinnati

Recognizing companies and their employees who have gone above and beyond to invest time and resources to strengthen the relationship between for-profits and nonprofits.

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2017 Medical Mutual Pillar Award for Community...

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Who To Watch Northeast Ohio

A look at the men and women poised to shape the Northeast Ohio region in 2017 and beyond.

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Who To Watch Northeast Ohio

Insights

Proper planning is a critical piece to a successful business sale

The sale of a business is one of the most significant events in an owner’s life. An owner is understandably eager to close the deal, monetize and move on to the next chapter, says McCarthy, Lebit, Crystal & Liffman's Michael D. Makofsky. It is not very realistic, however, for an owner to suddenly decide to sell a business, try to do so quickly on one’s own and expect an optimal result.

Get your bank involved in plotting your company’s growth strategy

Financial projections that are objective and realistic go a long way toward earning the trust of your bank, says Kurt Kappa, Senior Vice President and Market Leader, Cuyahoga County, at Westfield Bank.

It’s never too early to start planning for the next tax year

Tax reform is on the agenda in Washington, D.C., but it’s difficult to know what form it will take or what impact it will have on both U.S. businesses and taxpayers, says Drew Shealy, Vice President and Director of Trust & Portfolio Management at Home Savings Bank.

Leaders bring credibility to the practice of hospital rounding

While weekly safety rounds demonstrate an organization’s commitment to safety, leadership walk rounds are an opportunity to further reinforce that promise by bringing managers and leaders out of their offices and onto the hospital floor, says Mark Hudson, Strategic Accounts Manager at Sentact. When used together, these two rounding practices help to create a safer environment for everyone.

How to help your employees stay healthy

It’s no secret that corporate fitness is a growing business. Discover the best strategies for engaging and motivating employees with health and wellness programs, from National Institute for Fitness and Sport’s Michael Boyle, on behalf of Anthem, Inc.