All In The Family: Do Job Applicants Match Your Company Culture?

According to a recent survey by the Conway Center for Family Business, about two-thirds of local family-owned businesses plan to increase hiring this year despite worries about finding qualified workers.  One of the major difficulties identified by leaders was finding applicants who fit with the existing company culture. From the Columbus Dispatch: For the first time, the...
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New Ohio Law Affects Rideshare Drivers

Ridesharing service companies, termed Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) such as Uber and Lyft, and their self-employed drivers, are now subject to new laws in Ohio. These new laws which go into effect March 23, 2016 were enacted to address a common “gap” in insurance coverage whereby TNC drivers would find themselves driving uninsured during the...
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Ohio’s D.O.L.L.A.R. Deed Program

The 131st Ohio General Assembly is currently considering new legislation to give individuals and families another opportunity to stay in their homes and avoid foreclosure after default on a mortgage loan. House Bill 303 would create the D.O.L.L.A.R. Deed Program, established in part by the Ohio Housing Finance Agency. Under the new program, if the borrower defaulted on a...
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