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See the new "Member Updates" section about your colleagues. Meet Michaella Radich from the ICMA-OSU Student Chapter. Learn about recycling markets, financial sustainability, 2019 wellness program incentives and a great learning experience in Silverton.
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Meet Michaella Radich, a member of the ICMA - Ohio State University Student Chapter. Michaella hails from Warren, Ohio and serves as the Chapter's shadowing coordinator and graphic designer during recruiting season.
As employers plan their employee benefits and wellness programs for 2019, one thing is clear – the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's wellness incentive regulations remain uncertain. Employers are unsure about the future of their wellness programs.
Markets for several types of recyclables, in particular mixed paper and plastics, have hit record low prices. Lower markets means recycling companies sell those materials for less money to end manufacturers. Find out more about the national situation.
Many city Finance Directors do a five-year forecast of the years ahead. Now more local governments are creating financial forecasts for the decade ahead to understand true costs of their obligations and prepare for inevitable future economic downturns.
In support of ICMA's initiative to attract individuals to the local government profession, and to encourage them to join the profession in Ohio, OCMA offers its own Next Generation Internship Program. See how one community benefited from this experience.