Category: Human Resources, Healthcare, Benefits
How can tax reform be the best way to reform health care? John Fox joins Jim Blasingame to discus how the current health care reform debate could be solved with a closer look at tax policy.
Reporting on current small business policy issues, Karen Kerrigan joins Jim Blasingame to talk about some of the elements of the proposed health care reform legislation, like co-ops. They also talk about protectionist concerns over President Obama's tariff on tires from China.
Seek excellence in "we", not the perfection of "I", according to Judith Glaser, who joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the best practices that help small businesses do a better job of leveraging their staff, working with customers and collaborating with others.
Reporting on the 9-11-09 Kiplinger Letter, Joan Pryde and Jim Blasingame talk about the future impact of China, leading economic indicators, age discrimination laws, energy news and other issues.
What does President Obama's health care reform speech really mean for small businesses? Paul Howard joins Jim Blasingame to review the points and omission of Obama's address to Congress on health care reform.
Reporting on the August NFIB Small Business Economic Survey, Bill Dunkelberg updates Jim Blasingame on the fact that some economic factors are up, some are down, and none are where we want them to be.
How much of a problem will commercial real estate defaults be for the economy in the coming months? This issue and others are covered by Joan Pryde and Jim Blasingame, including health care reform, 401K changes, tax increases, etc.
Can you learn to be a leader? Are there essential leadership skills that you can learn? Jim Canterucci says yes, as he explains with Jim Blasingame several essential leadership skills, including resilience and others.
What role does personality play in how happy you are? Pierce Howard joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how an individual's personality will define and why managers need to understand this as they manage different personalities.
What were the original issues that gave rise to Labor Day and are those still relevant in modern times? Jim Blasingame welcomes Ken Davis back to discuss the history of Labor Day and whether it still means as much as it once did.
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