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Gerry O' Neill, @curosays, Co-Founder and CEO of Curo, a leading global compensation software company drops by @DriveThruHR to share his success stories on Engaging The Workforce Through Compensation Planning.
“From failure we learn. From failures, successes are born.” We don't speak of failure very often at work or on social media but it is from failure that learning and innovation arise. We’ve all made a bad choice or decision in our careers that didn’t turn out as we had planned, but we have all learned and grown from that experience. Daily on DriveThruHR, we explore the themes of failure, learning and success. Join us and our guests as we share these stories of failure that turns into learning and professional growth every day at 12:00 pm Central Time. The radio program is hosted by @williamtincup, @Thehrbuddy @TheOneCrystal & @MikeVanDervort.. The #1 HR show, with amazing HR conversations and follow us on the twitters at @drivethruhr and #dthr.?
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Surge365 Business Associate Level (SBA)
As a newly enrolled SBA, you will earn $30 on personal Surge365 Membership sales.
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You can become a Team Builder when you personally make three (3) Surge365 Membership sales in your first
sixty (60) days as a Surge Business Associate!
IMPORTANT NOTE: The three (3) personal sales qualify you to Override (QTO).
Being QTO is a requirement for earning commissions at all compensation levels,
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As long as you remain QTO, Team Builders earn $20 for every Membership sale made within your Team
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Additionally, there are Team Builder Bonuses available as you continue to grow and build your team. Every
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In this episode, Pat Council will share how to increase your compensation. Get the increase you want and deserve to the point of overflowing abundance and comfort. Learn why you do not have to fret over not having enough and how to change conditions to work in your favor. Also, Expert Certified Financial Planner, Mario J. Payne of Raymond James Financial services will share value information you need to know about your income tax. If you want to grow your finances, get the answers needed.
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Keith Fruechte of OneBeacon Insurance Group joins the show to discuss workers' compensation. Dimitris Rousseas of Compliance Alliance answers the question of the week: If we deny a deposit account due to a ChexSystems report, are we required to send out an adverse action?
The Illinois Professional Licensing Consultants is a group of highly experienced attorneys and investigators who previously worked for the I.D.P.R. will represent and/or defend licensed professionals in cases involving the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, Illinois Department of Public Aid and Illinois Department of Public Health. In this monthly podcast series our attorneys and consultants will share news, tips and resources.
Topics covered in this 30 minute Internet radio podcast:
Introducing Anita DeCarlo
How workers’ compensation law works in Illinois
Some common injuries that give rise to workers’ compensation claims
2011 amendments to workers’ compensation law in Illinois, wage differentials
Rebuttable presumptions, carpal tunnel caps, operative v. traumatic injuries
Measures healthcare industry workers can take to reduce risk of injury
Healthcare administrators, managers and workers’ compensation trends
Anita M. DeCarlo is a workers’ compensation attorney, associated with the Chicago health law and litigation firm of Michael V. Favia & Associates, and the Illinois Professional Licensing Consultants. Anita earned her Juris Doctorate from The John Marshall Law School and she is an active member of the Justinian Society of Lawyers and served as Co-President of the John Marshall chapter. She was recognized as an Illinois Rising Star by Super Lawyers and received a Distinguished Service Award from the John Marshall Law School. Anita is a frequent speaker and article writer in the area of workers’ compensation law in Illinois.
Visit our Illinois Professional Licensing Consultants website for more information. You may also contact Anita DeCarlo for more information at (773) 631-4580 and by e-mail at email@example.com.
Join BluPrint Radio on Tuesday September 16th for our interview and discussion on Executive Compensation. On this episode, we'll discuss how executive compensation plans are developed, which roles in an organization are considered "executive," tax advantages for corporations, aligning executive pay to strategy and more!
Our guest, Dick Wolfe, is a retired Captain from the U.S. Navy's Medical Service Corps with several worldwide assignments to include leading the training of the Navy's 5000 Medical Corpsman while assigned to the Naval School of Health Sciences. He is currently consulting with health care organizations on safeguarding Protected Health Information - P.H.I. - and is confounder of the nationwide P.H.I. Protection Network and spent many years with Booz Allen Hamilton, management consultants, supporting TRICARE, the military health care system, which provides medical care to nearly 10 million beneficiaries.
Dick has taught as an Adjunct Professor at Washington Adventist University in the Health Care Administration and Organizational Management programs for nearly 20 years and currently, is the lead instructor in the University's Compensation courses. He has worked on compensation issues on all levels - from executive level compensation development and negotiation to developing entry level salaries in urban environments. He was an Assistant Vice-President with Wells Fargo Bank specializing in human resources management. He was responsible for worldwide staff development for the Bank's Corporate and International Divisions.
Our interview and discussion will highlight many areas of interest and will help business and other organization leaders better understand basic executive compensation and what's included.
When asked about my salary requirements, I never know what to say. If I say a low figure, they have no reason to offer more money. If I give a figure that’s too high, they may disregard me as a candidate. What’s the right response? In this episode of Own Your Career, Rod tackles the question that seems to create great anxiety - The COMPENSATION question.
Own Your Career host Rod Colón has a unique perspective on what it takes to succeed in today's global economy. Rod shares his 25 years of experience as a corporate HR management insider, outside agency recruiter, professional networker and career coach through an unusual yet common sense approach to networking and career management. His in-depth knowledge of international staffing, recruiting and networking gives Rod a unique ability to both coach and consult today’s professionals and executives around the world.
It seems as though all the talk in the human resources and employee benefits world today is about how employers are trying to "get out of the benefits business." The combination of the 2008 recession coupled with the passage of the Affordable Care Act stagnated employee compensation and began to erode employee benefits packages -- all in the name of cutting back on expenses and improving corporate profitability.
Then, on January 2, 2015, Bobby Fry, one of the owners of Bar Marco, in Pittsburgh, PA, tweeted that the restaurant would stop accepting gratuities from its patrons and, starting in April, move its 20 full-time employees to a $35,000 base salary and provide full health coverage, vacation days and private shares. The Internet exploded with interest.
About two weeks later, Hartford, CT-based Aetna announced it would raise it's minimum wage to $16/hour -- begining in April 2015. The company will also give approximately 7,000 employees access to health benefits next year that should lower their out-of-pocket costs by up to $4,000.
Economists Jan Zilinsky and Justin Wolfers released a paper coincident with the Aetna annoucement that reviewed the question: Under what circumstances can raising the pay of low-skilled workers at large corporations lead to general improvements in productivity?
Both Jan Zilinsky and Bobby Fry join Carol Harnett this month to discuss the reasoning behind and impact of higher wages and better benefits on the workplace.
When it comes to compensation plans in law firms, one size does not fit all. How do you know if your organization is keeping up with current compensation trends to be competitive? Is your compensation plan aligned with your business plan? What if you have different geographic locations with vastly diverse market drivers? And does your compensation survey really provide you accurate data? Tune into this podcast with top compensation expert Edward Rataj and get actionable information for developing your compensation plan that will keep you competitive and profitable.
About Edward Rataj:
Edward R. Rataj, CCP, CECP, Managing Director of the Compensation Consulting Division of CBIZ Human Capital Services, has 19 years of experience in the area of human resources, focusing on designing innovative compensation programs. His core areas of expertise includes designing market-based and job evaluation-based compensation programs, pay structures, and compensation surveys, as well as developing policies and procedures. Rataj has been recently quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Smart Money magazine and TheStreet.com as a nationally recognized compensation expert.
Contact: CBIZ Human Capital Services
Compensation Consulting - Ed Rataj
625 Maryville Center
St. Louis, MO 63141
Political satirist Culture of Truth bases The Bobblespeak Translations on Meet the Press and/or This Week with George Stephanopoulos. Using show transcripts, he creates the 'most ridiculous moment' for Virtually Speaking Sundays where two members of the VS media panel respond. This segment, Conquest, drawn from this Bobblespeak Translations was created and aired on August 16, 2015. Listen to the complete Sunday episode, with commentary from Sara Robinson, Dave Johnson and Jay Ackroyd, here.
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Should we pay attention to stock prices? Ultimately, yes. They are important. However, when corporate executives are paid according to the value of their company’s stock, they may make decisions that increase profits for the short-term but hurt the company for the long-term. Executives are cutting capital investment, decreasing research and development, laying-off skilled employees, and buying back the company’s own stocks at premium prices (business theory says they should only buy their own stocks if the company is undervalued). All of this increases the stock prices for the short-term. However, when you have a corporate nation all acting in a similar manner, it’s bad for our country and it’s bad for you for the long-term. Listen to financial expert Jonathan Edwards talk about whether stock prices are important anymore. So please join us Monday night at 9:00 PM on Coffee Party Radio. The Tim Danahey Show discusses economics, government, social issues, history, and non-fiction books in a magazine format featuring in-depth conversations with guests. Politics and inflammatory conversations are discouraged as they are divisive and counter-productive. Instead, the show seeks under-reported topics and delves into facts, different perspectives, and ramifications of each perspective. The show does not espouse a political agenda. Danahey’s strength is to take complex subjects, talk with experts and make them comprehensible and entertaining for average listeners. Every Monday at 9:00 PM on Coffee Party Radio.
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