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Category: Human Resources, Healthcare, Benefits

Faith Whittier
Dr. Faith Whittier joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how the growth in digital medicine will drive the demand for broadband connectivity across the patient spectrum, especially for the last mile patients.
Faith Whittier
Dr. Faith Whittier joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the reasons blockchain technology will help caregivers of all types manage patient records and services more efficiently and effectively.
Andrew J. Sherman
Andrew Sherman joins Jim Blasingame to offer his bullish predictions on the 2020 economy, and to encourage leadership behavior that will promote employee engagement.
Leigh Branham
Leigh Branham joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how each of the five generations in the workplace today have a different definition of what a good job is, especially the Millennial generation.
Leigh Branham
Leigh Branham joins Jim Blasingame to report on a recent Gallup survey where less than a majority of workers think they have a “good job”, and to define "good job."
Tom  Manzo
Tom Manzo joins Jim Blasingame to report on the law suit his firm is pursuing against California for the PAGA law that allows private law firms to prey on small businesses for alleged minor labor law infractions.
Tom  Manzo
Tom Manzo joins Jim Blasingame to report on how a California small business was required to pay a private law firm and their class-action clients over $400,000 for a micro-infraction of a ridiculous California labor rule.
Tom  Manzo
Tom Manzo joins Jim Blasingame to report on the California Private Attorneys General Act, which allows private law firms to shake down small businesses for even the slightest alleged labor law infraction.
Bob Kustka
Bob Kustka joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that if you don’t know what an excellent employee is for any particular position you’re hiring for, you won’t be able to make an educated hiring decision, and offers some suggestions on how to do that.
Chris Farrell
Chris Farrell joins Jim Blasingame to discuss whether the gig economy will blur the entrepreneurial lines that currently separate having a job and having a business.

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