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When GoodRx first came up on CoHealth's radar in 2012, the company's co-founder, Doug Hirsch, described the mission this way: "We want to mimic companies like Orbitz and create prescription-drug-price transparency so consumers are informed and can afford the medications they need."
Since then, GoodRx went on to win awards and accolades for its consumer-friendly interface (including CoHealth kudos for helping one of your co-hosts save $40 on a Rx). The company has also grown its services to include a transparent PBM for employers, a GoodRx plaform for physicians, and even a GoodRx search for pet pharmaceuticals.
Join us to find out what's good about GoodRx for you and your employees.
The numbers are grim. No matter what report you look at, the picture of retirement for U.S. workers is not pretty. Let's put it this way: There's no beach and umbrella drink. Instead, there are plans to recover from the Great Recession, plans to continue working, plans to ratchet back one's lifestyle. Join us as we talk with Laurie Rowley, the co-founder and president of The National Association of Retirement Plan Participants (NARPP) to find out how we got here and what employers can do to help their employees be better prepared.
NARPP is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to advocate for individual savers. Using research, partnerships, and innovative educational programs, NARPP is making financial information transparent and universally accessible to the 145 million working Americans saving for retirement.
Following a great week in Dallas at the first Private Exchange FORUM, hosts Doug Field and Brent Macy are back in the studio for a discussion on all things private exchanges, especially what employers need to know about this emerging solution. The hosts welcome Patty Fontneau, the president of Private Exchange Business at Cigna, to the program to join the discussion. As a prominent speaker at the recently completed Private Exchange FORUM, Patty joins the hosts in a re-cap of some of the conference's major points of discussion. Patty and the hosts focus on what employers need to know about private exchanges and also discuss the continuum of private exchange models, some pros and cons for each and where the industry is going from here.
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Have a message, lesson, area of expertise, or story you want to share with the world – but don't know how to write it? Join ICF Certified Career Coach,Erica Loren and guest expert Cheryl Binnie, copywriter and owner of CopyLuv.com, for a conversation on how to get started writing your own articles, blog, or email newsletter.
The 4 secrets to make writing for the web easy
How to come up with ideas for your articles
Why writing online is such a powerful tool to connect with your potential clients (or potential employers!)
The different ways to get your writing up on the web
How to use email newsletters to build relationships of trust & human connection with your readers
Simple guidelines for writing your article titles
Cheryl is a copywriter and writing coach and the founder of CopyLuv.com. She helps entrepreneurs and coaches write their websites, newsletters, blogs, and sales and promotional material for their online businesses, with a focus on copy that builds relationships and inspires action – with a human voice. Cheryl is based in New York, New York, and her clients are based around the world.
When you're interviewing for a position it is very important that you stay positive about previous employers. The interviewer is looking for signs of a bad character, so being negative will reflect badly on you, so don't do it! Stay positive about past employers. Take a listen!
From the Bottom 2 The Top. With Special Guess Rajiv Prasad, the former Global Director, CTO of Operations at Unisys. Rajiv, will share his background on what it took to move up the corporate ladder over 20 plus years at Unisys.
Dwayne's Career Connection, bridging the GAP to connect Potential Employers and Potential Job Seekers in this ever changing and complex global economy.
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Catherine Merritt founded MUMZY and went about looking at crowd funding. She discusses her experiences.
Terry R. Barber (CEO of Performance Inspired£) often relates 21st century corporate America to an ancient battlefield. He brilliantly uses historical warfare, tactics and characters to present lessons for today's leaders and followers who struggle in their job of trying to make their companies and lives relevant. He dissects the modern office into three groups of combatants all who can be directly related and recognized in the corporate world we know today, including the most toxic – the six kinds of office “troublemakers”.
Janet Sawyer joins us from across the pond to discuss her book and more.
Steve Friedman of Littler Mendelson discusses the ACA and what it means for small business after recent court decisions.
Over50JobBoard.com CEO Blake Nations. ³Our site enables employers to sift through a cluttered applicant pool and hire based on wisdom and expertise.²
Background Checks and Verification of Protect Employers is our topic on The Core Business Show with Tim Jacquet. If you are a business owner, manager, or work in the human resources department of a company, you’ve probably hired employees who have been less than truthful on their resumes. In fact, recent studies indicate that 75 percent of all resumes contain some form of falsification and fully 89 percent are misleading.
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Very shortly the Supreme Court will take its own crack at the Affordable Care Act in a decision which will determine if it lives or dies in 32 states. Bart brings on one of the nation's top ACA authorities, Mr. John Sarno, president of the New Jersey Employers Association and one of the very few folks on the planet who has read every word of the Affordable Care Act. to discuss the benefits and perils such a decision might mean for employers, for employees, and for our society at large.
Everyone has heard of the ghost in the system, right? Well today's episode is a twist on that theme as we explore the problems that occur as the result of an employee being fired or even dying. Like it or not, having to deal with the digital footprints left by former staffers can be problematic to say the least. In the worst case scenario, employers could learn a hard lesson that leaves them either vulnerable to online incursion, or even locked out of their own system. Before you start experiencing things that go bump in the night, tune into this week's episode of Working the Web to Win where we will show you how to exorcise the ghosts of employees past.
It all starts with filing an Insurance Claim. Whether it's you in a car collision, a Sandy Hook flood, property fire, yes this list is endless of how you come into contact with a carrier. But once dealing with one willing to do just about anything to avoid paying a claim, buckle your seatbelt and get ready for the ride of your life. How can this end? Considering the power of Wall Street, Insured Civil Rights Legislation signed by Congress may be the only light for Main Street. Been hurt by unfair insurance tactics or ERISA protecting employers? Tell Congress no more. You've had enough. Call yours at (202) 224- 3121 and simply say, "I support Insured Civil Rights Legislation". I don't like being mistreated when paying premiums to these Wall Street Companies. Next, join ESTRA for a discussion on Overt vs. Covert Surveillance today.
Employee Benefit Packages provided by Employers are increasingly under ERISA Legislation passed by Congress. The lastest ACT was passed in 1974. Frankly, in my opinion, its time for an overhaul of this legislation. Employees have few rights regarding Long-Term Disability Insurance and Employers place far too many escape clauses in contracts.
What changes should Congress make to this legislation? Join ESTRA in a conversation about Employer, Employee, and ERISA experiences with Self-Insured Corporate Benefit Packages.