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In First Year of Eligibility, Willory Recognized as One of the Fastest Growing Northeast Ohio Companies
In First Year of Eligibility, Willory Named to “Crain’s 52 Fastest Growing Companies”
Crain’s Magazine announced today that Willory has been included in its list of the fastest growing companies in Northeast Ohio. Based in Bath, Ohio, Willory is the nation’s only firm dedicated solely to staffing and consulting for HR & payroll. Crain’s 52 Fastest-Growing Companies not only rewards revenue growth, but recognizes “entrepreneurial spirit and innovative business tactics.”
The top ten fastest-growing companies will be announced at the November 4 Awards Reception. Willory has experienced consistent and substantial growth since Willory’s first full year of operation in 2011.
(September 1, 2015) Akron, Ohio – The nation’s only firm dedicated solely to staffing and consulting for HR & payroll was recognized today as a top employer in Northeast Ohio. Willory, based in Bath, Ohio was included today in the NorthCoast 99, a list of Northeast Ohio’s 99 best places to work recognized annually by ERC. The NorthCoast 99 are top performing organizations based on a variety of criteria including corporate philosophy, providing challenging & meaningful work, compensation, organizational support, work-life benefits, career development/opportunities, leadership and culture.
“To be celebrating this achievement a few months shy of reaching our five year anniversary is truly amazing – a great honor for our firm,” said John Bernatovicz, president and founder of Willory. “While the vision for Willory as a great place to work has come to fruition, it could have never been possible without the great team we’ve formed and their dedication to making this a special place to work. It also shows our commitment to human resources and attracting top talent to the region.”
With the advent of the DVR, the prevailing wisdom was that it would bring an end to television advertising as we knew it. After all, making it easy to fast forward through commercials would diminish if not destroy their value. Then a funny thing happened on the way to the death of the TV commercial, study after study showed that consumers stopped the fast-forwarding and rewound commercials that caught their eye. Why? Sometimes the commercials were creative and stood out; often they were for products the consumer was in the market for. Either way, it is a funny paradox that commercials have become more powerful at the same time it is easier to avoid them as consumers are engaged in the decision on whether to view.
It is the same with your resume. It is, in essence, your advertisement. And it is competing with other “advertisements” from dozens of other candidates. It is your job to get the resume screener to stop, rewind, and take a good look at your resume.
So we’ve come to the time of year when many people take off – and those of us “working” are not putting in full days. It is a Holiday tradition …