Paycor has broken ground for its new headquarters in Norwood. The Cincinnati-based human resources and payroll solutions provider will be moving into the $20- million facility in the spring of 2014. CEO Bob Coughlin said it marks the beginning of a new era for the company as it broadens its focus from payroll to people management.
"Paycor has tremendous momentum today and this new headquarter project will allow us to keep that momentum by providing a better place for our employees and clients to collaborate, " said Coughlin.
UPDATE 12:45 pm: Associate Sports Communications Director for football Ryan Koslen confirms that Jones has withdrawn his name for the Colorado position.
UPDATE: Several media outlets are reporting Thursday that Jones has turned down the Colorado position. There's a link to Dennis Janson's story in the WCPO news section of this web page. More on this story as it develops.
Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls – who served as Cincinnati’s mayor in the 1990s – formally launched her campaign to return to the mayor’s office with an event Thursday morning in Walnut Hills that drew dozens of supporters.
One of those supporters was the present mayor, Mark Mallory, who will be term-limited out of office in 2013. Mallory appointed Qualls as vice mayor; and made her chair of Cincinnati City Council’s most influential committee, the Budget and Finance Committee.
Members of Ohio Action Now, a coalition of pro-Obama groups and individuals, plans a Friday rally near Republican congressman Steve Chabot's downtown office to urge him to support President Obama's plans to raise taxes on Americans making over $250,000 a year.
Chabot opposes Obama's plan.
Ohio Action Now leaders say they will present a report from Innovation Ohio, one of their member groups, that they say will show flaws in the budget proposal from House Speaker John Boehner.
A city union will not oppose plans to privatize the operation of some Cincinnati parking facilities in exchange for pay raises and a pledge from the city not to layoff any bargaining unit employees for 3 years.
The specifics are detailed in a memorandum of understanding between the city and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees.
25 union members will lose their positions in the parking division, but they'll be transitioned to other city jobs.