Thursday, September 26, 2013

Helping Themselves?

Finally, we have some information about the problems at JobsOhio.


More than a third JobsOhio officials — including six of nine board members — have potential conflicts of interest, the Ohio Ethics Commission disclosed today......

...Besides JobsOhio, possible conflicts also were found at such entities as the Ohio Ballot Board, Ohio Library Board and boards of trustees at Columbus State Community College, and Hocking and Marion technical colleges.
The JobsOhio board members with possible conflicts: Chairman James C. Boland, retired vice chairman of Ernst & Young and former president, CEO and vice chairman of Cavaliers Operating Company; Steven A. Davis, chairman of the board and CEO of Bob Evans Farms Inc.; Gary R. Heminger, president and CEO of Marathon Petroleum Corp.; Lawrence J. Kidd, principal and CEO of Reliable Staffing Services and RSS Professional; Pamela Springer, former CEO of Manta Media; and Brad Lindner, CEO of United Dairy Farmers.....

For the shocking details, read the article at the Columbus Dispatch.

Ohio's job seekers have noticed that most of the jobs being offered in Ohio are part time work with low pay. Are these the kinds of jobs that Kasich and his corporate buddies are creating? It is difficult to make a living on a minimum wage job that you work three days per week! But don't worry. It appears that some people are benefiting from the Kasich administration--- those that were appointed by Kasich.