At 140 years old, the largest employee-owned company in Ohio will expand its headquarters
The Davey Tree Expert Company is 140 years old and the largest Ohio employee-owned company. Ongoing growth compelled the company to seek expansion. Ohio’s quality workforce has been a valuable asset and played a key role in Davey Tree’s decision to expand its headquarters in the state.
At its virtual board of directors meeting, JobsOhio discussed plans for supporting Governor Mike DeWine’s Administration and helping businesses and Ohioans in the changing landscape
The JobsOhio board of directors held its quarterly public board of directors meeting via live webinar on March 17, 2020. During the meeting, JobsOhio shared how it will continue to support Governor Mike DeWine and his administration to assist Ohio businesses with challenges resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. JobsOhio has already taken decisive action to assist businesses and more initiatives are on the way.
JobsOhio is publishing the 2019 wage data for its associates
JobsOhio remains committed to its renewed focus to be open, transparent and accountable. To that effort, in May of 2019, JobsOhio released the 2019 salary of J.P. Nauseef, JobsOhio president and chief investment officer as well as the compensation of the organization’s top executives. This information was released a year before it was required by statute. Today, JobsOhio is publishing the 2019 wage data for its associates, including the names and titles of its highest-paid executives. This information is being made available months earlier than the statute requires, in an effort to continue to earn the trust of partners and Ohioans across the state.
Since 2010, Ohio has jumped 34 spots to become the ninth best state for business according to CEO survey
Ohio sits as the No.9 best state for business in Chief Executive magazine’s 2019 “Best and Worst States for Business” survey. Ohio’s strong growth in finance, manufacturing and logistics; its ability to supply the talent needed to support expanding businesses; and the state’s business-friendly environment support its jump of 34spots in the rankings since 2010.
Sometimes companies that invest in Ohio create more jobs and invest more capital that initially committed
JobsOhio collaborates with regional and local economic development partners across the state to attract and support the growth of company investments that create and retain jobs in Ohio. For some companies, an investment can bring about more jobs and more capital investment than was initially committed during negotiations and planning.
Top Metropolitans and Micropolitans Responsible for Ohio’s Success
Site Selection’s 2018 Governor’s Cup ranked Ohio No. 2 overall for total projects and No. 3 in projects per capita, making Ohio the only state, for the second consecutive year, to place in the top three of both categories.