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Introduction to the new show.
The FEMALE as the ULTIMATE CONSUMER...
she decides, she buys
We will discuss women and their buying habits, favorite things and hot pick items.
Everything from restaurants, home decor & furniture, houses, cars and planning vacations.
David Bixenspan (@davidbix) joins host Chris Harrington (@mookieghana) to discuss Wrestlemania 30 acheiving 400,000 buys via traditional means, DirecTV dropping WWE PPVs going forth and WWE Network again offering free week trials.
This is great show right here...
The Walking Dead is about to end.... Game of Thrones is about to start... Winter Solider opens list week... and Facebook buy Oculus Rift for Two BILLION dollars. What does it mean for the gaming community that Facebook buys Oculus Rift? Who benefits?
We talk about all this plus a personal GeekFit Moment and an intergalactic frigate full of Sith News.
Amazon buys Washington Post, A-Rod is caught juicing and the mayor of San Diego is a playa!
Hosted by Rick Najera & @MrRafaelAgustin
It's one thing to walk the straight and narrow legally, but how many of us do it morally? Especially when it comes to relationships. The way to tell that you are a good person is to do the right thing when no one is looking. That doesn't apply to a lot of people in this country.
Break ups create anger which complicates doing the right thing. Lust and emotions can also put a strain on getting it right. A guy buys a woman new boobs and she breaks up with him a week later. Is she at least obligated to pay for half? Some may even say all?
A man marks his calendar in anticipation of a neighborhood girl's 18th birthday so he can legally sleep with her. Perv or someone doing the legally right thing?
There a lot of things that test our morals and we'll get into it and some Zone Coverage afterwards on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show.
"No experts. Just opinions."
Show No. 398
Scheduled for 90-120 mins.
Over the last 20 years, the availability of voluntary benefits has grown from an anomaly to a strategy for the majority of employers. According Eastbridge Consulting Group, Inc., 54 percent of all employers provided at least one voluntary benefit in 2006. Six years later, that percentage has grown to 77 percent. For Eastbridge, the definition of voluntary benefits only includes life and health benefits where the employee pays 100 percent of the premiums through payroll deduction and there is no direct contribution by the employer. In the 25 years Eastbridge has followed voluntary benefits trends, life and disability insurance remain the first and second most popular products.
But, people like Mike Zarrillo, AIG's Vice President of Voluntary Benefits and Business Development, believe an employer's voluntary benefits strategy can go beyond the Eastbridge classification. Zarrillo sees two other categories gaining in popularity in the workplace: value-added benefits such as legal services and pet, home and auto insurance; and "beyond-value-added benefits" that play on the concept of consumerism at work. He's watched some companies give employees access to home-protection products and even home appliance purchases that the employee buys via payroll deduction.
So, if you want to learn more about voluntary benefits and how they may manifest in your workplace, join us as we talk with Mike Zarrillo about the changing landscape of employee benefits.