At Acloché, we have a passion for people. And as the foremost experts on the growth of the individual, we understand how important it is to have a healthy relationship with your work. On our blog, we give advice for all things work-related—from your relationship to your employees to resume building!

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This Wednesday, October 16, marks National Boss Day, which celebrates leaders around the United States by expressing gratitude and appreciation. If you haven’t already made plan to express appreciation for your boss, use our tips below to help you. If you have the funds and time available, celebrate your boss with an inner-office catered lunch…

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Breast Cancer Awareness is a cause that Acloché strongly supports. Below are common myths concerning breast cancer and the real truth behind them. Myth: A lump in the breast means you have breast cancer. Truth: Only a small percentage of lumps turn out to be cancer. However, if a lump becomes persistent it is better…

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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission established guidelines and regulations that every employer should be familiar with and following within their hiring practices. However, some employers are not aware of these ever changing regulations. Below are some pointers to help your company be EEOC compliant. Establish a set of written criteria to be used in every…

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Autumn tends to be an activity filled wonderland of festivals, pumpkin carving and leaves. Celebrate autumn with your family at some of the local Ohio events below. Union County Covered Bridge Bluegrass Festival Celebrate simpler times at the Pottersburg covered bridge with your entire family. Date: September 21, 9am to 5pm Location: 17141 Inskeep-Cratty Road,…

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Acloché was ranked seventh on Columbus Business First’s List of Central Ohio’s Top 50 Women-Owned Businesses. The list, which was published in the September 13th publication of Columbus Business First, was based upon the amount of company revenue in 2012. Acloché’s revenue for 2012 was $55.9 million, $12.1 million higher than 2011. “Continuing to be named a Top…

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September 17 signifies National Get Ready Day, an observation established by the American Public Health Association to help all Americans prepare for emergency situations, hazards and disasters. These include pandemic flu, infectious diseases, natural disasters and other emergencies. Whether it is at work or at home, being prepared is essential in dealing with emergency situations….

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Have you ever wondered or even considered the costs associated with hiring the wrong employee? The Harvard Business Review previously stated that 80% of employee turnover is due to poor hiring decisions. It is crucial to consider these costs when thinking about your business practices. From a monetary standpoint, the cost of hiring the wrong…

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It’s probably one of the most over-used phrases in job hunting, but also one of the most underutilized by job-seekers: dressfor success. In job hunting, first impressions are critical. Remember, you are marketing a product – yourself – to a potentional employer, and the first thing the employer sees is your attire. Therefore, you must…

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Leaders are an integral part of the workforce, especially mangers that work directly with your general employees. For managers, finding the right balance between cordiality and authority is key. Below are some tips to help you or your managers lead successfully. Set an example and be efficient within your own job. A manager role does…

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In a few short weeks, children and their parents will once again be preparing for the start of a new school year. If you are a parent, you know how hectic preparing your family for a new school year can be can be. Below are some tips to help make preparation easier this year: Get…