Cultivate Your Content

Cultivate Your Content is changing the way small businesses look at social media & making it manageable.

On June 18th, NAWBO member Mikaela Hunt will again help plan your July content calendars.

And she will provide a guide that you can use to re-create those calendars each month!

The link to register is right here:

Hope to see you there!

Find, Hire & Retain Great Women in Sales

July 12th, 2018

8:00am - 10:00am EST/EDT

Loth Inc. 855 Grandview Ave, Columbus, OH (View Map)



Welcome, Lori Richardson, CEO of Score More Sales, a sales strategy consultancy, and is President of Women Sales Pros. She is also Co-President of the Boston Chapter of AA-ISP and is determined, after 30 years in sales, to see more women in sales roles in tech, SaaS, manufacturing, distribution, financial services, and other industries with "male majority" sales teams.  

In a very special session, Lori will share tangible ideas on ways to find, hire, and retain great women in sales, and discuss how to get more women into sales leadership despite the ongoing flat-line of growth.

  • In a workshop style format, there will be some presentation, and lots of time to discuss in small groups so that everyone leaves with more insight and ideas to help move the needle. 
  • We encourage sales leaders to attend - men and women. We encourage women sales reps to attend. In fact we encourage anyone who believes that an inclusive sales team is the way to go. 
  • Leave this session with resources to take back to your team and inspiration to make it happen, and the opportunity to report on what was discussed 10 days later in a conference call to help with real issues that came up, or successes had since the session. 

BWC Program Aims To Reduce Small Employer Premiums

Gongwer News

Monday, June 4, 2018

BWC Program Aims To Reduce Small Employer Premiums

The Bureau of Workers' Compensation Monday announced a new option for small employers to lower their premiums and boost worker safety.

The Policy Activity Rebate program allows employers to earn credits for completing activities designed to improve workplace safety processes, the bureau said.

Employers will receive a 50% premium rebate, up to $2,000, if they earn 11 credits from 33 available activities during the policy year that starts July 1.

"Even small employers can save money and improve workplace safety by better understanding Ohio's workers' compensation system," BWC COO Kevin Abrams said in a statement. "PAR offers a flexible alternative for smaller employers to improve safety and become more engaged in their risk management programs."

The options include attending safety training, bringing an employee back to work on light or modified duty, and enrolling employees in the bureau's wellness program.

Public employers can start signing up for the program July 1.