Stories tagged with: employees

May 9, 2013 - 7:54pm
1 year 9 weeks ago

In honor of National Hospital Week, Genesis held it's annual Service Awards Banquet for 466 employees who are celebrating employment anniversaries.

"It's the one time of year that we have an opportunity to recognize all of the folks at Genesis who have been working here for a lot of years and it's the one time of year we get together and have a lot of fun," said Matthew Perry, CEO & President of Genesis Heathcare System.

The anniversaries are measured in five-year...

October 7, 2011 - 11:37am
2 years 39 weeks ago

Known as "The Dirty Dozen," Zane State College graduated its first group of oil and gas field employees through a partnership with Retrain America.

The group of classmates completed a two-week, 80-hour Shale Exploration Certification course through Zane State College in Cambridge. President of Zane State Dr. Paul Brown says the course is offered to provide students with a short-term intensive training. He says the course gives them the fundamentals of working on a drilling...

December 8, 2010 - 10:36pm
3 years 30 weeks ago

Local postal service employees could be seeing some changes.

The Columbus district of the United States Postal Service held a meeting Wednesday evening at the Muskingum County Welcome Center.

Employees and the general public were invited to learn more about the Area Processing Feasibility Study that has been introduced as a way to potentially save the agency $478,000 annually. Reports show that mail volume has decreased by 20% since 2007.

"The economy...

April 14, 2010 - 4:58pm
4 years 12 weeks ago

American Electric Power is expecting to cut down between five and 10 percent of its staff due to the economic downturn.

It announced today that it is offering employees a voluntary severance package that will provide employees with two weeks pay for every year of service.

AEP spokesperson Melissa McHenry says the economic downturn is going on longer than the company anticipated so it is hoping to cut costs. This reduction will affect one to two thousand positions throughout the...

February 19, 2010 - 4:44pm
4 years 20 weeks ago

Muskingum County township employees are one step closer to joining their own healthcare plan.

Today the commissioners hosted a presentation proposing possible healthcare policies and benefits for township trustees, employees and mayors, which are not currently on the county's plan.

"Healthcare trends keep going up," said Brian Fargus of Medical Benefits Administrators. "It's a big thing here in the news and with the president. We're just trying to find...

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