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Moving Forward with Achievement Centers for Children

An organization devoted to bettering the lives of children and adults with disabilities and their families, the Achievement Centers for Children (ACC) serves nearly 2,000 individuals with a wide range of disabilities from birth through adulthood by providing therapy, education, recreation, adapted sports, as well as family support and social work services. When asked about […]

Cleveland Clinic South Pointe Hospital is Ranked Among the State’s Top 1%

On July 7th Cleveland.com published an article that summarizes a resent grading system grading hospitals on their commitment to equity, inclusivity and community health. The article explains “The Lown Institute Hospitals Index compared the performance of about 3,300 hospitals across the country, measuring civic leadership and commitment to providing high-quality care”. WHACC Member Cleveland Clinic South Pointe Hospital ranks […]

[VIDEO] ECCA Workforce Benefits in a COVID-19 World

View the recording from ECCA’s July 1, 2020 event about Workforce benefits in a COVID-19 world. How to Create Value, Save Money AND Control Risk. It’s Complicated! Workforce benefits drive employee retention and recruitment success during the COVID-19 new normal. Our presenter, Peter Young from Paramount Preferred Solutions, will fit the puzzle pieces together for us […]

How Apogee Leadership Group is Moving Forward

As a business that focuses on coaching individuals and organizations in leadership development, professional skill-building, and personal growth, Apogee Leadership Group was challenged by COVID-19. When asked how it affected his business, Founder and CEO Mike Nwankwo said, “When COVID-19 hit hard, many of our clients either canceled or rescheduled our services toward the end […]

Moving Forward with Arslanian Brothers

Like many other businesses, the impact of COVID-19 for Arslanian Brothers Carpet, Rug, and Upholstery Cleaning stopped their business. Unexpectedly and thankfully, they saw a shift from pick up, delivery, and in-home cleaning, to their customer carry in business. In an interview with Ted Arslanian, he mentioned that “during COVID 19 [rug drop off] has […]

How is Suburban Car & Truck Repair Moving Forward?

When asked about the impact of COVID-19 on his business, Mike Brickman, President of Suburban Car and Truck Repair, told us running a 20,000 square foot repair shop with 14 employees was easy to keep socially distant, but as Mike said, business just stopped, at least at first. However, his commercial customers realized and capitalized […]

How Specialty Fitness Equipment is Moving Forward

When asked, what does getting back to business look like for you, Chuck Herman, Principal Owner of Specialty Fitness Equipment, told us his story. “Obviously, COVID-19 threw everything topsy-turvy,” Chuck Replied. As a custom commercial fitness equipment sales and services organization, their commercial business was put to a halt. “But as soon as that happened,” […]

OSHA Revised Guidelines for Reporting COVID-19 Cases

On May 19, 2020 the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released a memo for regional administrators and state plan designees outlining the revised enforcement guidance for reporting cases of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). The revised guidelines went into affect on May 26, 2020. To view and download the full release, get the PDF here. For more […]

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