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John Bernatovicz

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John Bernatovicz

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August 22, 2017

Feels like the second time…speaking at DisruptHR that is

Imagine a world where different generations truly understand one another. A world where rainbow unicorns run rampant, and maybe if you imagine hard enough a world where MTV still plays music. For five brief minutes at DisruptHR that was the world I encouraged the crowd to believe.

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Jamie

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Jamie Rugh

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February 1, 2017

Your Silence is Deafening

You’re not in sales, right?  You don’t want to make cold calls or knock on doors.  You also aren’t in marketing – who wants that hassle – plus as a HR or payroll person, you know how they’re paid.  You chose HR and payroll because it’s what fit with your personality – but like it or not, you still have sales and marketing responsibilities. Each time you talk with someone who has shown interest in your organization you’re given a chance to further your organization’s reputation and understanding in the marketplace.

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Bridgette Klein

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Bridgette Klein

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October 25, 2016

Six Facts You May Not Know about Willory

On our sixth anniversary, here are six facts you may not know about Willory.

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Bridgette Klein

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Bridgette Klein

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October 25, 2016

Six Notable Willory Moments

Early Willory logo John remembers sitting at his desk on the first day Willory started thinking… “holy shit, I really did this – I have to make this work.”

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John Bernatovicz

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John Bernatovicz

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October 25, 2016

Special Day for Me…and Us!

cleAs LinkedIn and Facebook do an amazing job of telling the world, today is my 43rd birthday. That makes today special for me as I’m thankful for birthdays. Life is precious and God has blessed me with amazing parents who love me, supportive brothers (Tony and Andy), the best sister (Terese) a guy could ask for, a beautiful and loving wife, two great kids (wish they would quit growing up so fast), a loving home, great neighbors and friends, and the list goes on.

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John Bernatovicz

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John Bernatovicz

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September 30, 2016

Leadership Lessons from Arnold Palmer

vintage photo of Arnold Palmer The death of a personal hero or someone you admire can sometimes hit you harder than you expect. While you may have never actually met them, the impact they had on your life is immense and sometimes not reflected on until they’re gone. One of my personal icons, Arnold Palmer, passed away earlier this week. Over the last several days I’ve been thinking about his extraordinary life and how he influenced who I am and want to be.

As many of you know, I love golf and toyed with the idea of trying to go pro myself in my earlier days. Palmer was a natural role model. Not only was he one of the best golfers ever, but also he was a guy who genuinely cared about people – all people. Jack Nicklaus often tells a story about how during a tournament Palmer was giving Nicklaus helpful tips while competing against him! That’s right Palmer, was in essence, helping his competitor beat him.

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Bridgette Klein

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Bridgette Klein

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August 11, 2015

DisruptHR…HR is much more than parties

Last Thursday the majority of the Willory team headed to The Flats (Downtown Cleveland) for the third installment of the incredibly popular DisruptHRCle. The evening was full of drinks, disruption, …

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Bridgette Klein

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Bridgette Klein

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August 3, 2015

Don’t Miss the Disruption

Every couple months, or so it seems, Willory has had the chance to participate in DisruptHR Cleveland. It has quickly become one of our favorite HR events to sponsor, present, …

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