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Category: Human Resources, Healthcare, Benefits

Tom Anastasi
Tom Anastasi joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the challenge of making sure your non-sales employees are being compensated at a level that is competitive by using local compensation data, by zip code and job description.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame reveals why the current national crisis of not having enough qualified employees to fill available slots has, and will continue as, an economic headwind.
Jay Mincks
Jay Mincks joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the current economic crisis of businesses not being able to hire enough qualified employees, and some of the management adjustments being taken to deal with the problem.
Grace-Marie Turner
Grace-Marie Turner joins Jim Blasingame to mark the 10th anniversary of Obamacare, and lament it’s insidious level of entrenchment in law and the marketplace, plus what could be done in the future to minimize the continued damage it is causing.
Grace-Marie Turner
Grace-Marie Turner joins Jim Blasingame to report on the remaining elements of Obamacare after 10 years, including the expensive and oppressive employer mandate, the specified benefits, and Trump executive orders that have helped lessen Obamacare’s impact.
Grace-Marie Turner
Grace-Marie Turner joins Jim Blasingame to mark the 10th anniversary of Obamacare and report on the damage it has caused and sadly, how much of it is left to create problems for individuals and businesses.
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.
Gary Sirak
Gary Sirak joins Jim Blasingame to report on the continued disruption of many small businesses by the vestiges of Obamacare, by hurting their ability to offer quality benefits and compete for talent.
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.

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