Posts Tagged ‘hiring’

Connecting Talent: Is Technology a Problem?

Connecting Talent: Is Technology a Problem?
We’re a Chamber of Commerce with about 2,000 members. We meet one-on-one with about 700 individual business owners/managers each year. From small businesses to Fortune 500 enterprise, the number one need they express to us is frustration over trying (and failing) to find qualified workers. The...
December 28th, 2012 | Expert Perspective | Read More

What to Keep In Mind When Hiring an Employee

What to Keep In Mind When Hiring an Employee
Hiring employees is a welcome milestone for most business owners. Expanding your organization can also be a source of anxiety, though. After all, no one −not you, the hire, your existing employees, or your customers− benefits when you bring someone on who isn’t right for your organization,...
December 3rd, 2012 | How-To Guides | Read More

Roundup: “Fast 50,” hiring & more

Columbus Business First revealed its “Fast 50″ honorees Wednesday. The quickly growing companies’ rankings are based on three years of revenue growth. [Read More] The Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business and General Electric hosted an event in Columbus last week...
October 15th, 2011 | Weekend News Roundup | Read More

Roundup: Small business hiring, 1492 applications, & more

Buckeye Interactive has grown rapidly since its launch two years ago, and its owner credits a nearby business incubator with helping it along. [Read More] Venture Highway’s interactive tools were intended to benefit entrepreneurs in a real world setting, but its founder quickly realized that college-level...
September 24th, 2011 | Weekend News Roundup | Read More

Roundup: biz boot camp, hiring & more

Roundup: biz boot camp, hiring & more
Nils Root, founder of Frosh Tees and a member of Ohio State University’s 2011 class, is among several college graduates who are already achieving entrepreneurial success. [Read More] The Ohio State University recently announced the winners of its annual business plan competition, which evaluates...
June 18th, 2011 | Weekend News Roundup | Read More