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Category: Human Resources, Healthcare, Benefits

Kara Hoogensen
Kara Hoogensen joins Jim Blasingame to report that Millennial employers are motivated differently than their Baby Boomer peers, in that they see benefits as more of an essential business expense.
John DiJulius
John DiJulius joins Jim Blasingame to reveal five areas to look for in a prospective sales person, including authenticity, being curious, having empathy, and at least two others.
John DiJulius
John DiJulius joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the management imperative of hiring salespeople who are the most likely to build relationships by being customer-centric.
Vicky Oliver
Vicky Oliver joins Jim Blasingame to report that job-seeking companies that use algorithms to process applicants probably discriminate against older applicants.
Vicky Oliver
Vicky Oliver joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how the perception that older isn’t better, or relevant, or competitive is misguided, but also to encourage older people – especially business owners – not to contribute to this perception.
Ellen Rohr
Ellen Rohr joins Jim Blasingame to recommend that if you’re offered a new job promotion, take it even if you aren’t sure you measure up to the talk, plus, ALWAYS turn in at least a two-week notice. Always.
Ellen Rohr
Ellen Rohr joins Jim Blasingame to offer some sage advice on being a new employee, including don’t be small, leave your personal issues at home, and keep a journal.
Ellen Rohr
Ellen Rohr joins Jim Blasingame to recommend that when you start a new job, find out the “lay of the land” by asking questions of fellow employees like, “What does it take to get fired here?”
John Berry
John Berry joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the many reasons military veterans make the best employees, including the fact that no one ever left the military as a snowflake.
Stephen King
Steve King joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how to consider human performance against the five business performance factors, including revenue and profits.

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