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Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Robbie Baxter
Robbie Baxter joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how companies that create membership income have the greatest sustainability, and why it’s something small businesses can learn from Amazon and do for themselves.
Robbie Baxter
Robbie Baxter joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how to set up a successful membership program that drives perpetual revenue by focusing the development on your best customers.
Stephen King
Stephen King joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the incidence of internal and external fraud against small businesses is greater than for large companies, and why.
Stephen King
Stephen King joins Jim Blasingame to reveal what a financial fraud launched outside your organization might look like, including cyber-fraud examples.
Stephen King
Stephen King joins Jim Blasingame to identify several practices that will help you reduce the chances of internal fraud, including common sense checks and balances, and making financial employees take a vacation.
Deb  Norman
Deb Norman joins Jim Blasingame to report on the growing eldercare needs facing employees and how that’s replacing the childcare issues of the past.
Deb  Norman
Deb Norman joins Jim Blasingame to offer suggestions on how employers can support their employees who are dealing with caring for their family members who need extra care.
Mary Hessler Key
Mary Key joins Jim Blasingame to report on why she thinks, as much progress as women have made in the past few decades to find equality in the workplace, the current situation has stalled ahead of full success.
Mary Hessler Key
Mary Key joins Jim Blasingame to report on how she’s promoting and leading peer groups for women and why more are needed.
Mary Hessler Key
Mary Key joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the issue around the Google gender equity debate and how much of the disparity in certain fields is societal and how much is natural.

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