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Featured Cincinnati Wine Events: Jan 17 – Jan 23, 2009

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It's a slow, cold week. But if you look at last week's posting, you'll see that tonight there are some interesting events. Other than that though, this week's one-time events are pretty much hosted by The Party Source. I think everyone is just gearing up for February, which is pretty jam-packed with events. In the meantime, a glass of red should help warm you up inside.

Remember, these are just one-time events of which I'm aware. Regular (recurring) events are always listed on the calendar. The calendar is up to date.
Any wine-related events I'm currently aware of are on the
calendar. If I missed something – something local to Cincinnati that is
- let me know!

For information on what's going on in Dayton, you can refer to Mark's blog at Uncorked.

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Photo Credit: Sarah's Vineyard, Russian River Valley, taken by me, 10/08

Featured Wine Events 1/17 – 1/23

Saturday, 1/17
The Party Source
Home Brewing Workshop with John Baines
95 Riviera Drive
Bellevue, KY 41073
9 am – 1 pm pm
$50
Reservations required.
859.291.4147

Thursday, 1/22
The Party Source
Great New Hahn Wines with Winemaker Adam Lazarre
95 Riviera Drive
Bellevue, KY 41073
6-8  pm
$20, inc $5 gift card
Reservations required.
859.291.4147

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Posted by Michelle at 12:00 pm in Weekly Cincinnati Wine Events | Permalink | Comments (2)

2 Responses to “Featured Cincinnati Wine Events: Jan 17 – Jan 23, 2009”

  1. joyce lewis says:

    As a company or business progresses, the possibility of having its employment theft problem doubling is very high. This is according to the statistics itself along with a few other surveys done linked to business growth relations within the country. Even before the present problem concerning the recession here in America, company theft had always been one of the biggest reasons in the millions that a company losses every year. This problem is not confined in one area alone. All over the world, both large and small businesses experience being stolen from in one way or another. The hardest part of this dilemma is the thought that the people who are stealing from the company are actually the ones whom the management had entrusted to work with. It’s none other than the employees themselves that causes the perils of the business to go bankrupt. When the management knows they are doing the best they can for the business and still experience some oddities in the audits, then there must be something fishy going on that should be considered.
    One of the common mistakes a management does that is contributing in this problem is its failure in recognizing the signs. Theft isn’t always about someone stealing something in a material form, there’s actually more to it. Once the company starts expanding, there comes to a point that the management loses the quality of its employee. Because of the growing number of people around the place working for you, it becomes harder to manage and you can’t always have your eyes fixed on each employee all the time. Thus, you rely on the instinct of trust and hope they’re doing their jobs right. But this shouldn’t be the case. You can actually guarantee quality on your workers outputs if you take necessary actions during your expansion. The root of your problem lies on your decision making on who to hire. By making your HR Department do an intensive screening on the applicants before hiring anyone gives you the security that you’ll always end up with the right man for the job all the time.
    Because the idea of getting background checks on applicants for companies have already been approved to be a requirement in so many parts of the states, you can easily choose to request this from a third party company that offers the service that you need. A comprehensive background check that carries the credentials and records of an applicant helps in not only learning whether the applicant is qualified or not, it also helps in realizing the other possible capabilities he can offer for the company.

  2. joyce lewis says:

    The Root of Your Company Theft Problem
    As a company or business progresses, the possibility of having its employment theft problem doubling is very high. This is according to the statistics itself along with a few other surveys done linked to business growth relations within the country. Even before the present problem concerning the recession here in America, company theft had always been one of the biggest reasons in the millions that a company losses every year. This problem is not confined in one area alone. All over the world, both large and small businesses experience being stolen from in one way or another. The hardest part of this dilemma is the thought that the people who are stealing from the company are actually the ones whom the management had entrusted to work with. It’s none other than the employees themselves that causes the perils of the business to go bankrupt. When the management knows they are doing the best they can for the business and still experience some oddities in the audits, then there must be something fishy going on that should be considered.
    One of the common mistakes a management does that is contributing in this problem is its failure in recognizing the signs. Theft isn’t always about someone stealing something in a material form, there’s actually more to it. Once the company starts expanding, there comes to a point that the management loses the quality of its employee. Because of the growing number of people around the place working for you, it becomes harder to manage and you can’t always have your eyes fixed on each employee all the time. Thus, you rely on the instinct of trust and hope they’re doing their jobs right. But this shouldn’t be the case. You can actually guarantee quality on your workers outputs if you take necessary actions during your expansion. The root of your problem lies on your decision making on who to hire. By making your HR Department do an intensive screening on the applicants before hiring anyone gives you the security that you’ll always end up with the right man for the job all the time.
    Because the idea of getting background checks on applicants for companies have already been approved to be a requirement in so many parts of the states, you can easily choose to request this from a third party company that offers the service that you need. A comprehensive background check that carries the credentials and records of an applicant helps in not only learning whether the applicant is qualified or not, it also helps in realizing the other possible capabilities he can offer for the company.

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