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Top 10 Tips for Return to Work

TIPS FROM LEGAL, HR & CYBER EXPERTS ON RETURNING TO WORK Returning to work is a topic on everyone’s minds right now as COVID-19 restrictions begin to lift. Last week, we spoke with three experts in their respective fields—Kevin Jackson, CISO of Vernovis, Keith Rummer, CHRO of PECO, and Greg Tapocsi, Legal Counsel of Dinsmore […]

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Optimize Cybersecurity ROI

CYBERSECURITY EXPERTS’ ADVICE FOR OPTIMIZING ROI DURING ECONOMIC DOWNTURN During this economic downturn, many companies have taken revenue hits of 30-40%, if not higher. Organizations have looked at immediately cutting costs and reducing expenses, including in areas such as IT and cybersecurity. Last week we spoke with three cybersecurity experts, Kevin Jackson, CISO, Troy Vennon, […]

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5 Top Tips For Reopening Securely

CYBERSECURITY EXPERTS’ TOP 5 TIPS FOR REOPENING SECURELY Returning to work is a topic on everyone’s minds right now, but how do we do so safely and securely? Today we spoke with three cybersecurity experts, Kevin Jackson, Vernovis, CISO, and Columbus Collaboratory’s Troy Vennon, Director of Security Innovation and Jeff Schmidt, Vice President, Chief Cyber […]

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Unlocking Values in the Workplace

For those of you who have followed my blogging up to this point, I hope a few things stand out to you: 1) I love my business and the industry we are in (staffing) 2) My kids (all 11 years and under) teach me some major business lessons 3) I try to learn every day […]

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Our Year in Review

Wow! What an incredible year we’ve had at Vernovis. We have an amazing team of people who have continued to build a company established around its values of Integrity, Collaboration, and Extraordinary Service – while achieving outstanding results in finding people jobs. So many highlights to consider: • We were named to Lead Magazine’s 2016 […]

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Finding Gratitude in the Workplace

Having grown up in Northeast Ohio, I am a lifelong Cleveland sports fan. So, you can imagine my response when I was recently invited to attend Games 7 of the World Series: “Are you kidding me?? No really. Is this a joke? Heck yeah I’m in!!!” Then the result: two consecutive losses by my beloved […]

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What my kids teach me about workforce dynamics Part 4 of 4

This is the fourth in a four-part series that will explore workplace personalities, and how different, unique strengths can be properly honed to achieve a balanced team. So if you have kept up with my series, you know that we are exploring my kids as a study in workplace dynamics. So far, we’ve learned that […]

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What my kids teach me about workforce dynamics Part 3 of 4

This is the third in a four-part series that will explore workplace personalities, and how different, unique strengths can be properly honed to achieve a balanced team. If you’ve followed my first two posts, you will see that I am breaking down my kids as a means to study employee and workplace dynamics. Now besides […]

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What my kids teach me about workforce dynamics Part 2 of 4

This is the second in a four-part series that will explore workplace personalities, and how different, unique strengths can be properly honed to achieve a balanced team. This is my second post on what my kids have taught me about workplace dynamics. If you missed the first, please click here to see the introduction to […]

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What my kids teach me about workforce dynamics Part 1 of 4

This is the first in a four-part series that will explore workplace personalities, and how different, unique strengths can be properly honed to achieve a balanced team. Being a parent is one of the most meaningful, hardest, wonderful, exhausting jobs in the world. Scratch that, being a parent is absolutely all of those and then […]

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