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Checkers and Rally’s looks to add dozens of stores in Philadelphia

“We love Philadelphia,” said Bruce Kim, the company’s director of franchise development. “That’s our customer base: the middle to working class folks that want a delicious meal at a low price.”

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Gerry Lenfest, Jeremy Nowak: Two big thinkers that Philly lost in 2018

Gerry Lenfest and Jeremy Nowak were two very different public-spirited Philadelphians whom we lost in 2018.
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Gerry Lenfest, Jeremy Nowak: Two big thinkers that Philly lost in 2018

Gerry Lenfest and Jeremy Nowak were two very different public-spirited Philadelphians whom we lost in 2018.

How can businesses benefit from mindfulness? We asked some Philly experts.

Mindfulness can unlock much higher engagement and performance. It enables people to self-regulate more effectively so they can handle more complicated situations.

How can businesses benefit from mindfulness? We asked some Philly experts.

Mindfulness can unlock much higher engagement and performance. It enables people to self-regulate more effectively so they can handle more complicated situations.

More American Airlines pilots say their uniforms are causing health problems, unsealed lawsuit says

One American flight attendant described her job as “life threatening” due to the uniform introduced in 2016. But the airline maintains the uniforms are safe.

More American Airlines pilots say their uniforms are causing health problems, unsealed lawsuit says

One American flight attendant described her job as “life threatening” due to the uniform introduced in 2016. But the airline maintains the uniforms are safe.
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Nominations are open for 2019 Top Workplaces

The 2019 Top Workplaces are open for nominations.

The business tech trends you need to watch in 2018

From publicly-traded large corporations to family-held, small enterprises, trends like augmented reality and VR are poised to redefine the business landscape.

Heath Union's leaders, Tim Armand and Olivier Chateau, talk about creating online communities for people with chronic conditions

Dedicated to creating informed, supportive, self-sustaining online communities for people with chronic, lifelong conditions, Health Union's president and CEO tell us why they get emotional when they see their company's impact.

How this company matches skilled workers with employers in the Delaware Valley

The skills and technology gaps are getting wider. One Michigan workforce development consultancy with a growing Philadelphia presence is bridging the divide.

How Top Workplaces were chosen and how to nominate your company in 2019

For the ninth year, Philadelphia Media Network has partnered with Exton-based Energage, formerly WorkplaceDynamics, the employee research and consulting firm, to determine the Philadelphia area's Top Workplaces based solely on employee survey feedback. Here are the results.

Inside the HOW Group's plan to give away 10 homes in Philadelphia by 2020

HOW Group real-estate in Conshohocken wants to give away more homes than Habitat for Humanity.

Corporate tax cut: How executives plan to use the available funds

Employee bonuses? Gym memberships? New equipment? How are companies using the federal corporate tax rate cut?

Sexual harassment in the #MeToo era: What's HR's role?

In the weeks since last October when the #MeToo hashtag went viral and a flood of boldface names, starting with Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, faced allegations, human resource consultants and executives have seen an uptick in calls from clients.

Philadelphia's Center City has become the most appealing real estate for businesses in town

Having an accessible downtown location in Philadelphia's historic buildings is becoming increasingly attractive to businesses in the region.

How seven companies ran into roadblocks and navigated around them

How do companies navigate the rapid pace of change in the workplace?

Philadelphia workers: Why I love my job

Eight Philadelphia workers tells us why they love their jobs.

CardConnect's CEO Jeffrey Shanahan talks about creating an office space that 'feels like Silicon Valley in the Delaware Valley'

CardConnect CEO Jeffrey Shanahan knows it's all about location and environment when it comes to attracting smart, motivated millennials to work at his King of Prussia fintech firm.

Open Systems Healthcare's CEO Charles Hill talks about the importance of matching quality home healthcare providers with patients

He left a large, well-established home health care provider to start his own company. Now, Charles Hill runs Open Systems Healthcare, a company named No. 1 large company for the second year in a row by Top Workplaces' employee survey.

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