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Jazz Arts Group of Columbus Presents “Your Song” featuring Dan White Sextet

Posted by William Hutter on August 26, 2014

Sequent, a proud sponsor of the Jazz Arts Group of Columbus Inside Track Series, presents "Your Song" featuring Dan White Sextet (dw6) at the Lincoln Theatre on Friday, September 12, 2014 at 8:00pm.   

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Topics: Sequent and the Community

Why being an employer isn’t all that it is cracked up to be!

Posted by Joe Cole on August 19, 2014

Most entrepreneurs found their companies in pursuit of a dream, vision, or out of a passion they have. Yet, when they hire their first employee, they feel much like Alice in that they have stepped through the looking glass and literally entered another world. A world they have no knowledge about nor experience in. It is candidly a world that is as foreign to them as starting a business is to most others.

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Topics: Compliance

Financial Wellness is Sponsor Focus

Posted by Phil Scott on August 14, 2014

Aon Hewitt’s 2014 Hot Topics in Retirement survey found that retirement plan sponsors will continue to emphasize the overall financial wellness of employees this year.

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Topics: Retirement Savings Plans

Using the Employee Handbook as Your Company’s Playbook

Posted by Christie Engler on August 5, 2014

Soon after the 4th of July each year, I begin to look forward to my favorite time of the year – football season. In just 46 days, my Ohio State Buckeyes will take the field and kickoff an exciting season of play. There will no doubt be huge victories, crazy plays, and gut wrenching mistakes. As the season draws near, I often think about my team and ponder the preparation they are going through to get ready: are the guys in shape, where is our coach mentally, are the players building camaraderie, is the playbook solid? There is so much that goes into making a team function, not to mention what it takes to be successful and consistently win games. It doesn’t happen by accident; there are many parts and pieces involved.

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Topics: Organizational Development

Social Security Remains Primary Retirement Income Source

Posted by Phil Scott on July 31, 2014

According to the AARP Public Policy Institute’s Sources of Income for Older Americans, 2012 report, Social Security remained the major source of income for individuals age 65 or older in 2012. The average annual amount received by Social Security retirement beneficiaries was $14,229.

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Topics: Retirement Savings Plans


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