Electrical Contractors See Surge

In the May 2022 edition, electrical contractors in the region report there is plenty of work, but are navigating two main challenges. Also in this edition, see industrial Youngstown through an artist's eyes, they sky is no limit for electric helicopters and we rally around some Great Places to Work.

May 2022 Issue

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Cohen & Company Cares About Employees, Community

Strong Leadership Leads to Teamwork for Dawn Inc.

Faith is Foundation for Millwood Inc.

Avenues of Success for Hynes Industries Lead to Strong Career Paths

Public Library Staff Connects with Community

All Work and Some Play at Agent

Tech Company ECMSI Celebrates Staff Regularly

Wellness, Work-Life Balance are Key at PDMI, IDMI

Innovation Resonates at Hitch-Hiker Manufacturing

Electrical Contractors See Surge

Gem Young Practices Family Values

On The Road to EVs with the Hummer

GMC Hummer EV

GM Documentary Details Hummer Launch

Journal Opinion: From-the-Ground-Up Leadership

‘Everybody Wins’ with TechCred Training

Inspira Health Group

Hiring STNAs Challenges Senior Care Providers

YSU, Partners Get $10M For Manufacturing Initiative

So Many Jobs, So Few Electricians

Brain Gains in Ashtabula

Jobs, Jobs and More Jobs

Brain Gain Publishes Free Online Resource Directory

Knapp Center Pays $5.2M for Hotel

Employees Offer Testimonials to Local Workplaces

Qwik Fix, Niles

Forty-One Years of Time Well Spent

Danielle Lanterman, Dearing Compressor

Workers Wooed with $$$, Work-Life Balance

Commentary: Clean Cars

Senior Living Goes Upscale at Briarfield Place

Land Energy, Cleveland

EV Bike Offers 3 Speed Modes

Advanced Air Mobility, Moog SureFly S250

Sky’s No Limit for Advanced Air Mobility

Jim Pernotto, Youngstown

Industrial Youngstown, Through an Artist’s Eyes

Commentary: Don’t Smirk at the Four-Day Work Week

Ray of Sunlight for Solar Power Industry

Wanted: Workers to Care for Seniors

History, Memory and Why it Matters

Mascot Marketing and the Great Sausage Race

EV Conference Focuses on NE Ohio Supply Chain