If you visited Cincinnati in the late 1800s you’d tell friends back home you were in the “Paris of America,” so named because of the stunning architecture rarely seen outside Europe. Today you’d say you were visiting the 28th-largest metropolitan area and site of the convergence of the Licking and Ohio rivers.
Though seasonal workers are essential to making many stores run smoothly over the holiday seasons, the processing is not without its challenges.
The Midwest is very welcoming of startups, but a lot of VCs and talent are still located on the coasts.
The business world is evolving in a direction where the resume isn’t always necessary, and certainly not the best method a company has for evaluating a potential hire.
“From the early 2000s until today, some of my best sales reps have had little-to-no college education,” said Carisa Miklusak, CEO of tilr.
Carisa Miklusak, a careers expert and the CEO of tilr, outlines the seven things that you need to know for successful job searching when you have a criminal record.
One of the biggest factors in engagement is the manager-employee relationship.
By 2020, nearly 50 percent of Americans will be working in nontraditional roles alongside traditional, full-time employees.
The Cincinnati Business Courier announced the honorees for its second annual Women Who Mean Business awards.
17,000 community members. 250+ client employers. 28 direct employees, with 100 more by 2020.
We celebrate companies and organizations that play a role in making the Cincinnati USA region a stronger community at our inaugural Ignite Action Awards Program
Cincinnati-based tech startup tilr, a company that matches qualified workers with companies to meet their immediate placement needs, celebrated the first anniversary of its market release this month, showcasing exponential growth.
A Cincinnati startup that launched a technology platform has filled more than 128,000 shifts.