The Cincinnati Enquirer
Monday, September 18, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 261
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When the applause ended for his 15 seconds of error-free juggling, Doug Hall glanced at the room of development specialists and gave them a you're-not-going-to-believe-what's-next look.
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Business Headlines for  Monday, September 18, 2000

Job means more than a paycheck
        They find inspiration in a sometimes challenging workplace. They dedicate time, cars, sweat and concern at the workplace for people who need the attention, and when they head home from work at a retirement or convalescent care center, most can't wait for a new day and new shift to begin.

Focus on the big picture
        Julie Morgenstern knows about control and organizing. The author of Organizing from the Inside Out, Ms. Morgenstern will speak and sign her newest book, Time Management from the Inside Out, Wednesday at Joseph-Beth Booksellers, , Rookwood Pavilion, Madison and Edwards roads, Norwood. She spoke with Enquirer business reporter John Eckberg about time:

Worker's comp seminars offered
        Companies looking for insight into how workers' compensation rules can affect earnings are invited to a free seminar by TriHealth Corporate Health Services to review Ohio regulations.

Promotions & new on the job
        Francine Miltenberger has been named executive vice president of PNC Bank.

The Success Coach
        Question: I was a young adult in the '60s so I can appreciate someone being mellow. But Trevor, a new employee in my department, takes mellowness to such an extreme that it is affecting the team's morale.

No myth: It's tough to keep workers
        Too many businesses believe in myths about employee turnover, said Richard S. Wellins, senior vice president of global consultants Development Dimensions International.

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