YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Maureen Cronin had served on the board of Midlothian Free Health Clinic Inc. for months when she was asked to take the newly created position of executive director.
“The clinic started to grow and we started to get some federal grants,” Cronin says. “The clinic decided they needed a paid executive director and they offered me the position.”
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation would return a projected $126.1 million to 3,800 local public employers under its “Another Billion Back” program -- including more than $6 million to countiesin northeastern Ohio. The program also calls for increased funding for workplace safety grants and the creation of initiatives to enhance the safety, health and wellness of the state workforce.
BOARDMAN, Ohio -- The Tartan Companies will hold a seminar from 8:30 a.m. until noon Sept. 23 at the Hampton Inn in Canfield on topics such as Workers' Compensation, human resources isues and health care.
Registration begins at 8 a.m. For more information, call 330 726 4117, ext. 719.
A registration form is available at this website.
Here is the seminar agenda:
AUSTINTOWN, Ohio -- When Don Kacmar graduated from Temple University in 1974, he returned to Uniontown, Pa., with the intention of pursuing a career in parks and recreation. He began by running a summer program for Fayette County.
Kacmar, soon to retire as executive director of Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Retirement Services Inc., can vouch for the accuracy of John Lennon’s observation, “Life is what happens while you’re busy making other plans.”
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Friday marks the last day of work at Trumbull Memorial Hospital for 34 licensed practical nurses whose jobs will be lost in what the hospital says is a “transition to a nurse staffing model that uses registered nurses and nursing assistants.”
The Service Employees International Union, which represents 250 workers at TMH, says it filed a grievance against the hospital for violating the contract. SEIU District 11 has also filed unfair labor practice charges with the National Labor Relations Board against ValleyCare of Ohio, which operates TMH.
- Kacmar Reflects on Changes in Senior Care - August 25, 2014
- 34 LPNs to Lose Jobs at Trumbull Memorial Hospital - August 20, 2014
- ValleyCare: Data Stolen about Local Patients - August 18, 2014
- Hackers Steal Data from Community Health Systems - August 18, 2014
- Hospice Volunteers Earn a ‘Paycheck of the Heart’ - August 18, 2014
- Trumbull Memorial Foundation Has $300K for Grants - August 15, 2014
- Cleveland Clinic to Build $276M Cancer Building - August 14, 2014
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