Oklahoma business briefs for March 26

Oklahoma business briefs
Oklahoman Published: March 26, 2014
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OSU publishes vineyard workbook

Oklahoma State University recently published the Oklahoma Vineyard Management Workbook, which provides vineyard managers a means of evaluating the completeness of addressing all areas of vineyard management. The workbook is a four-year effort by former OSU fruit and pecan specialist Eric Stafne, who is now associate extension professor of fruit crops at Mississippi State University and administrative director of the National Grape Community of Practice; and George and Jane Ingels, owners of Ingels Vineyard in Norman and longtime members of the Oklahoma Grape Industry Council. The workbook is on sale for $5, with proceeds going toward the printing of a second edition. To get a copy, contact Jana Snow at 744-9926 or jana.snow@okstate.edu.

Paycom CEO gets high ranking

Paycom CEO and founder, Chad Richison, has been named one of Glassdoor’s Highest Rated CEOs. The 2014 recognition for Richison was based on anonymous and voluntary reviews of Paycom employees throughout the last year. Richison received a 94 percent approval rating, which is one of the highest rankings for businesses in the small and medium size category in Glassdoor’s online survey. Richison was the only CEO from Oklahoma to be honored on either the Top 50 large business or medium-size businesses lists.

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