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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?
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.
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
EXAMINATION OF SYSTEMIC FAILURE DUE TO INCENTIVE COMPENSATION FOR MORTGAGE SERVICERS PROMOTOES FORECLOSURE OVER MORTGAGE ASSISTANCE FOR PURE FINANCIAL GAIN CFPB RIGHTS
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Getting hurt at work is far too common these days. If a person is injured and becomes unable to work, are they still able to get paid? Can they potentially sue their employer for damages? Who is responsible and what if the employee is at fault? Join New York disability lawyers Brian Mittman and Scott Daniels as they dissect a New York workers’ compensation claim and the various benefits an injured worker might be entitled to. Mittman and Daniels have represented thousands of injured workers and in the areas of disability and workers compensation. Tune in to get invaluable information how a workers’ compensation case works and what to do if you are injured on the job.
New York Disability Attorney, Brian Mittman, founder of The Disability Guys and Disability University discusses the importance of medical treatment, what an independent medical exam really is all about, how a disabled individual can speak to his or her doctor and why it is so important to make sure that you see a doctor whether applying for workers compensation or other disability benefits.
In 1927, the US Supreme Court case Buck v. Bell set a legal precedent that states may sterilize inmates of public institutions. The court argued that imbecility, epilepsy, and feeblemindedness are hereditary, and that inmates should be prevented from passing these defects to the next generation. On 2 May 1927, in an eight to one decision, the US Supreme Court ordered that Carrie Buck, whom it called a feebleminded daughter of a feebleminded mother and herself the mother of a feebleminded child, be sterilized under the 1924 Virginia Eugenical Sterilization Act. Buck v. Bell determined that compulsory sterilization laws did not violate due process awarded by the 14th Amendment to the US Constitution. It also bolstered the American eugenics movement and established legal authority for sterilizing more than 60,000 US citizens in more than thirty states, until most of the practices ended in the 1970s.
The purpose of this hour is to share how you can use the Law of Compensation to lift yourself out of the place where you are to the place where you rightfully belong. Your right place is where you can enjoy success and plenty; this is natural, as the Law intended; your failure to realize these things is a miscalculation, a mistake. The Law does not need to change. Success or prosperity does not need to be made, it always is. But you in turn must change; then your affairs will follow the change.
Join me to learn what the KEY is.
Dr. Dee Adio-Moses is a Visionary, Author, Life Strategist and Educator. An ordained Minister with a PhD specializing in Holistic Life and Spiritual Counseling. Dr. Dee is the Founder and Spiritual Leader of Healing Center of Christ International and Better than Ever Community. Dr. Dee is a modern day key proponent of Oneness Consciousness as a healing strategy, and provides step by step programs to help you on your oneness journey, teaching you to master your emotions, your body, your relationships, your finances, and your life.
Join us this Friday at 1 PM EDT where we will discuss how to get more value from your business with three thought leaders for small business owners. Our first guest is Barbara Taylor who will help us understand what a traditional small business needs to do if they want to sell to an outside buyer. Next, is Lou Bortone one of the leaders in the country on how to use video as a marketing tool. Lou will help us understand why video is important and what we need to do to get started with using this very powerful marketing tool. Finally we'll be talking with Rick Kozlowski from Lisman and Leckerling to talk about how to put together a key person compensation plan that will help performance as well as retention for the really important people in your company.
The sustainable business is one that will be here for multiple generations. I want you to ask yourself what you would do differently if you were to have your business still be here and operating 100 years from now. It's this mindset that helps you creat true and lasting value in your business.
Angie Levine, Chief Marketing Officer of Essante Organics, is magical when it comes to marketing. Her track record of success speaks volumes. She is a sought after trainer and marketer. Always passionate and persuasive, she inspires people around the world, promoting Essante, the company that is organic and certified non-toxic.
Today, Angie will present the opportunity to puchase non-toxic, healthy, organic products to replace the ones that you have that are laden with chemicals. Go Green! Go Organic! Get Going to a more healthy lifestyle and an extraordinary business opportunity.