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In this episode of the Disruptive Successor Show, Jonathan Goldhill discusses the complex dynamics within family businesses, particularly when it comes to compensation, values, and succession planning. He's joined by Mike Alves, the founder of Vita Private Wealth, to shed light on the challenges faced by families in business and share insights on how to manage them effectively. He emphasizes the importance of open communication and aligning values across generations to ensure the continuity and success of family businesses. Jonathan and Mike delve into topics like fair compensation for family members involved in the business, the importance of defining and passing down family values, and the role of next-generation financial education in preserving multi-generational wealth.KEY TAKEAWAYSSudden Wealth Syndrome: Many families, including those in multi-generational wealth, face challenges due to a lack of financial education, leading to issues like sudden wealth syndrome.Next-Generation Financial Literacy: Mike Alves highlights the significance of early financial education, teaching young individuals about saving, investing, and philanthropy.Values and Legacy: Successful family business succession involves not only transferring wealth but also passing down family values and a sense of stewardship.Family Meetings: Facilitated family meetings are crucial for addressing conflicts and ensuring clear communication among generations.Aligning Passions: Encouraging the next generation to pursue their passions and values can lead to fulfilling lives while preserving the family legacy.Compensation Clarity: It's crucial to differentiate between ownership and compensation in family businesses. Family members actively involved in the business should receive fair market compensation, while dividends and ownership shares are based on ownership stakes.Passing Down Values: Family meetings and communication are vital for passing down not just financial assets but also family values. Technology can aid in recording messages from founders to future generations, ensuring their values are preserved.Value Discovery: Uncovering and understanding one's values is a critical step for both adults and children in the family. Aligning these values with financial decisions can lead to greater fulfillment and success.Entitlement Awareness: Entitlement can be a pitfall in wealthy families. It's essential to instill a sense of responsibility and avoid entitlement by educating the next generation about the family's financial values.QUOTES"We don't want to have this issue of 90 percent of wealthy families losing their wealth by the third generation and the sudden wealth syndrome.""Follow your passion, follow your why. Money will come along, maybe not immediately, but it will eventually come.""It's all about communication of those values and education of the next generations that come.""Compensation to be market rate. We look at dividends to be based on ownership.""Values to a family are going to be different. Developing family values that are articulated and communicated at family meetings are so important.""No one wants or feels proud of a child who's overly entitled.""Aligning values with financial decisions changes everything."Connect and learn more about Mike Alves in this link below.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikealves/If you enjoyed today's episode, please subscribe, review, and share with a friend who would benefit from the message. If you're interested in picking up a copy of Jonathan Goldhill's book, Disruptive Successor, go to the website at www.DisruptiveSuccessor.com
In a discussion led by Dave Lorenzo and Nicola Gelormino, the duo shed light on the importance of understanding and optimizing the sales process. Here are the highlighted points:1. Salespeople Value Different Things: Like everyone else, salespeople have varied motivations. It could be money, time off, competition, or other incentives. Recognizing individual motivations can drive improved sales results.2. The Sales Cycle: Dave mentions the concept of the sales cycle, which includes the length of time it takes to close a deal and the number of deals required to meet targets. He stresses the importance of setting realistic expectations for salespeople.3. Sales Training: An ongoing sales training program is crucial. Dave cites that salespeople need consistent guidance, coaching, and training to hone their skills and improve their results.4. Ego in Sales: Dave shares a personal story about his competitive nature and his willingness to place his reputation on the line. He emphasizes the role of his ego combined with preparation and hard work. He counters the perception that an ego is equated to arrogance, explaining that when combined with effort, it's a vision into the future. Successful figures like Elon Musk, Richard Branson, and Jeff Bezos are examples. They might seem arrogant due to their strong personalities, but their success came from finding a market need, in-depth research, sacrifices, and sheer hard work.5. Compensation and Equity: Dave highlights the significance of fairly compensating salespeople. He recounts personal experiences where he earned more than a CEO due to his contributions. Business owners should realize these individuals' value and compensate them accordingly, even if it means giving a stake in the business.Throughout the discussion, the primary takeaway is that understanding and motivating a salesforce requires a nuanced and individualized approach. Tailoring incentives and providing consistent support, training, and fair compensation can propel a business to greater heights.
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Ghislaine Maxwell and her legal team have tried many strategies thus far in the case and just about all of them have failed. In this episode we see the shift towards victim shaming that we are currently seeing playing out in the courtroom.(commercial at 19:23)To contact me:Bobbycapucci@protonmail.comSource:https://abcnews.go.com/US/fresh-off-bail-defeat-ghislaine-maxwell-claims-alleged/story?id=74996453This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5080327/advertisement
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While funding is down, it's down less at Seed. Angel investing is down, but it's likely leveled out and will hold steady. There is still a plethora of capital available, there are incredible tools to start businesses using low/no-code. There's never been a better time to start a company.About CartaCarta builds infrastructure for tomorrow's innovators. Founders can manage their equity, issue options, and pay fairly using Carta Cap Table and Compensation tools. You can get a weekly peek into data from 38,000 startups across the world by subscribing to our Data Minute newsletter.About SpringTime VenturesSpringTime Ventures seeds high-growth startups in healthcare, fintech, logistics, and marketplace businesses. We look for founders with domain expertise, forging a path with a truly transformative technology. We only invest in software-based businesses in the USA. We bring a people-focused approach, work quickly, and reach conviction independently. Our initial check size is $600k. You can learn more about us and our approach. About Rich MaloyRich's mission is to rebuild the American dream through entrepreneurship. He believes technology gives all people the opportunity to grow, learn and earn. He is a Managing Partner at SpringTime Ventures and the host of the VC Minute podcast. With prior careers in finance and sales, he's been focused on the startup ecosystem for over a dozen years. He's a father of two young children and loves sci-fi, skiing, and video games.
Ghislaine Maxwell and her legal team have tried many strategies thus far in the case and just about all of them have failed. In this episode we see the shift towards victim shaming that we are currently seeing playing out in the courtroom.(commercial at 19:23)To contact me:Bobbycapucci@protonmail.comSource:https://abcnews.go.com/US/fresh-off-bail-defeat-ghislaine-maxwell-claims-alleged/story?id=74996453This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5003294/advertisement
This Podcast Is Episode Number 542, And It's About What Is A Fractional CFO And How Can It Help Your Construction Business? A fractional CFO, or Chief Financial Officer, is a finance professional working part-time, retainer, or contract. They bring the experience and expertise of a high-level CFO to your business – without the cost of hiring a full-time, in-house employee. Fractional CFOs service several clients simultaneously, typically on a part-time, retainer, or contract basis. Their specialty is providing outsourced CFO services to small and medium businesses. Because their financial management skills are so well-developed, it's common to bring one on board to help navigate a challenge. Every construction business can benefit from dedicated financial management expertise, but very few small companies have the means to hire someone full-time—particularly in the lean early years. Unfortunately, it's those first few years when a company is just starting up that establishing good habits with managing financial resources is so important, and, over time, can even make or break a construction business. Outsourcing a CFO is affordable for business owners like you who recognize the need for a financial expert with construction business experience. CFOs provide top-level advice when needed, offering incredible value and cost savings to companies focused on growth and long-term success. But what happens when you hire a CFO without a construction business experience? At the very least, you and your CFO would constantly struggle between having all the documents needed for data entry and providing the tools to the Bookkeeper to deliver the reports correctly. As a construction business owner, you want answers to the following questions: Am I making any money? Where am I making any money? Why isn't there a report that gives me all the answers at the push of the button? Furthermore, a financial challenge sometimes comes beyond your team's skill or experience level. This is where a fractional construction CFO can be of great benefit. Some of the issues they assist with include: Cash flow problems High expenses Existing systems that are no longer working Cost-cutting analysis Getting through an audit Hopefully, these situations don't come up often, but when they do, it's beneficial to have an expert on your side to guide you through. Your small construction business might want to consider the benefits of working with a fractional construction CFO. Achieving goals A fractional CFO can help you realize your dreams by deciphering the numbers. They will look at where you are now and help you plan where to go next. This includes: Ensuring the books are in order Performing financial forecasts Helping with strategic relationships Overseeing due diligence There are plenty of ways a fractional CFO improves your operations. The specific skills and experience they provide will clarify your situation and help you achieve what you want. Managing growth Taking your construction business to the next level can seem daunting. You want to grow but don't want to risk your success by taking on too much or making a damaging misstep. A CFO will help you navigate the steps ahead. If you're already growing at a rate that makes you feel like losing control, they will help you retake the reins. A fractional CFO will help by: Breaking down large amounts of financial information into helpful data Making a plan to develop existing employees and their skills Identifying the need to hire new employees to manage growth Implementing systems that will work in the future Exploring causes of revenue loss and cost overruns and developing solutions to address them Ultimately, a fractional CFO is helpful to guide you through the growth process so that you can feel confident as your business expands. High-level decision making A CFO can analyze your construction company finances and provide expert advice to help you make more informed, strategic decisions for ongoing profitability. That senior-level financial oversight can help you understand any risks or weak spots, identify opportunities, and create a realistic and actionable business plan that steers the company precisely where you want it to go. Managing risk Your business is an asset that needs protection from any potential risk that may threaten its ongoing success. A fire or flood, cyber attack, or employee theft can all cause long-term damage if you don't protect your business. A CFO can undertake a risk assessment and ensure that you invest wisely, have appropriate insurance, and secure sensitive data, equipment, and inventory. Field tools are a given. The truck has a rack for ladders and lumber. Vans have shelves and bins; they are tall enough to stand in, saving wear and tear on employees' knees. Less strain on knees can keep or postpone possible Worker's Compensation claims. Worker Comp claims lead to increased premiums. Once the Tools and Equipment are updated, it is much easier to see which employees are productive. In the Field – Who is bringing their jobs in on time, under budget is reasonable. Jobs without warranty work and signing billable change orders add to the bottom line. Simple Efficiency is a "Win-Win" for everyone: The Contractor Owner receives the reports needed to make good, proactive decisions. The CFO has a smooth-running operation and can focus on the "Money Management" duties necessary to run the business. The Office Manager or Bookkeeper can efficiently enter the day-to-day paperwork into the QuickBooks file, answer the phones, and complete other daily tasks without frustration. The Field Staff know they have turned in all their paperwork (paper and digital) in a timely fashion with limited stress and are greeted warmly by the Office Manager or Bookkeeper. Everyone is ending their day on a "Happy Friendly Note" and looking forward to tomorrow. Everyone Wins When: 1. The Contractor Owner knows the accounting records are accurate and can make decisions 2. The CFO can be confident that clients are billed, and no one is paid twice. 3. The Office Manager or Bookkeeper can easily track Job Costing and Timecards 4. The Field Staff stays on top of the job and gets signed Change Orders 5. The Customer is happy with an excellent job without any warranty work. Final thoughts When you hire a fractional CFO, you decide how often their services are required and only pay for the services you need. Hiring a financial expert on contract is a cost-effective solution for construction businesses that only need part-time support. Staying on top of your company's financial management is a struggle for many small business owners, who spend much time attending to clients and profit-generating activities. Working with a team of accountants, bookkeepers, and a CFO can help you better manage the most critical aspect of your business for ongoing growth: your bottom line. About The Author: Sharie DeHart, QPA, co-founded Business Consulting And Accounting (Fast Easy Accounting) in Lynnwood, Washington. She is the leading expert in managing outsourced construction bookkeeping and accounting services companies and cash management accounting for small construction companies across the USA. She encourages Contractors and Construction Company Owners to stay current on their tax obligations. She offers insights on managing the remaining cash flow to operate and grow their construction company sales and profits so they can put more money in the bank. Call 1-800-361-1770 or email@example.com
Today we welcome back Jesse Lineberry to discuss the intricacies of compensation in the financial planning profession. We'll examine recent offers that have been both accepted and rejected, providing insights into industry trends. Discover the data from a salary survey, shedding light on the expected salaries for paraplanners, associate planners, and financial planners. We'll also delve into the evolving landscape of compensation structures in the financial planning field. Listen in to learn how firms are aligning career plans and compensation paths to reward behavior and foster accountability, especially during the critical early years of a career. You will hear about the role of a strong company culture in supporting compensation packages for job seekers, the impact of experience on compensation, the preferences of younger planners regarding in-office or virtual work arrangements, and insights into financial considerations and bonuses. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://tinyurl.com/yubmkdvt
Sen. Josh Hawley joins Marc & Kim to discuss the push to fund victims of radioactive contamination around St Louis, AG Garlands visit in front of the House Judiciary Committee and the Illegal Alien Crisis hitting the US
In this episode, we'll talk about why HR should be involved in compensation decisions for their organization. Payroll + HR + Benefits in an all-in-one solution. Request a BerniePortal demo today! https://offer.bernieportal.com/bernieportal-employer-demo-hrpo1/Find us at https://www.bernieportal.com/hr-party-of-one/BerniePortal: The all-in-one HRIS that makes building a business & managing its people easy. http://bit.ly/2NEQ5QbWhat is an HRIS?https://bit.ly/what-is-an-hrisBernieU: Your free one-stop shop for compelling, convenient, and comprehensive HR training and courses that will keep you up-to-date on all things human resources. Approved for SHRM & HRCI recertification credit hours. Enroll today!https://bernieu.bernieportal.com/Join the HR Party of One LinkedIn Group!https://www.bernieportal.com/community/▬ Contents of this video ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬00:00 Sponsor Message00:16 Intro01:18 Why HR Should Be Involved in Compensation Decisions 02:27 How It Can Impact Your Organization04:08 How HR Can Get More Involved07:25 The Consequences of Sticking to the Sidelines 10:03 Final Thoughts▬ Episode Resources & Links ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬Understanding the Levels Documenthttps://blog.bernieportal.com/understanding-levels-documentHow Workplace Transparency Boosts Retentionhttps://youtu.be/QAoVTdiD1xEDo Employers Need to Disclose Pay Information on Job Posts?https://youtu.be/RwmS0ag-Ki81095-C Reporting with BerniePortalhttps://www.bernieportal.com/bernieportal-benefits-administration/▬ Social Media ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/bernieportal▬ Podcast▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬► Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hr-party-of-one/id1495233115► Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5ViQkKdatT40DPLJkY2pgA► Google Podcast: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5jYXB0aXZhdGUuZm0vaHJwYXJ0eW9mb25lLw%3D%3D► Amazon Music:
Need help building your option pool? Carta has a tool: https://carta.com/option-pool-calculator/ Please listen to Peter's message about option exercise window. Personally, I agree with him that exercise windows should be longer for employees. The 90-day industry standard is just an arbitrary number. About CartaCarta builds infrastructure for tomorrow's innovators. Founders can manage their equity, issue options, and pay fairly using Carta Cap Table and Compensation tools. You can get a weekly peek into data from 38,000 startups across the world by subscribing to our Data Minute newsletter.About SpringTime VenturesSpringTime Ventures seeds high-growth startups in healthcare, fintech, logistics, and marketplace businesses. We look for founders with domain expertise, forging a path with a truly transformative technology. We only invest in software-based businesses in the USA. We bring a people-focused approach, work quickly, and reach conviction independently. Our initial check size is $600k. You can learn more about us and our approach. About Rich MaloyRich's mission is to rebuild the American dream through entrepreneurship. He believes technology gives all people the opportunity to grow, learn and earn. He is a Managing Partner at SpringTime Ventures and the host of the VC Minute podcast. With prior careers in finance and sales, he's been focused on the startup ecosystem for over a dozen years. He's a father of two young children and loves sci-fi, skiing, and video games.
This episode delves into the complex world of compensation design within the healthcare industry, focusing on traditional hospital/employed provider models. We explore the common pain points experienced by clients of all types when incentivizing strategic goals. Episode Synopsis Join us as we discuss the various considerations hospitals and health systems face, including concerns about provider compensation spending and fair market value. We also examine incentive structures designed to foster growth and meet strategic objectives, all while ensuring that compensation plans remain competitive in the challenging recruitment landscape. But it's not just about the financial aspect. We'll also explore how compensation design can be a powerful tool, acting as a 'carrot' to drive productivity and achieve organizational goals. And when compensation design isn't enough, we'll delve into the other factors influencing low provider productivity. Tune in for an insightful conversation on the critical intersection of compensation design and healthcare strategy. · Aligning physician incentives with organizational goals (4:25) · Designing physician compensation models (8:54) · Analyzing audio transcript for insights (14:39) · Redesigning physician compensation models (19:48) · Designing and implementing fair and equitable compensation (26:30) · Physician compensation model design (33:37) · Provider compensation and performance improvement (37:15) Extras · Episode 111: The Intersection of Provider Compensation and Value-Based Reimbursement (https://cokergroup.com/episode-111-the-intersection-of-provider-compensation-and-value-based-reimbursement/?utm_source=libsyn&utm_medium=podcast&utm_term=episode-118-how-provider-compensation-design-impacts-performance&utm_content=performance-improvement-compensation&utm_campaign=finance&utm_source_platform=podcast-app&utm_creative_format=podcast&utm_marketing_tactic=awareness) · Case Study: Provider Compensation Misalignment (https://cokergroup.com/case-study-provider-compensation-misalignment/?utm_source=libsyn&utm_medium=podcast&utm_term=episode-118-how-provider-compensation-design-impacts-performance&utm_content=performance-improvement-compensation&utm_campaign=finance&utm_source_platform=podcast-app&utm_creative_format=case-study&utm_marketing_tactic=solution) · Compensation Best Practices for Physician Enterprises (https://cokergroup.com/compensation-best-practices-for-physician-enterprises/?utm_source=libsyn&utm_medium=podcast&utm_term=episode-118-how-provider-compensation-design-impacts-performance&utm_content=performance-improvement-compensation&utm_campaign=finance&utm_source_platform=podcast-app&utm_creative_format=white-paper&utm_marketing_tactic=solution) · Compensation Methodology Best Practices: True-Up Payments (https://cokergroup.com/compensation-methodology-best-practices-true-up-payments/?utm_source=libsyn&utm_medium=podcast&utm_term=episode-118-how-provider-compensation-design-impacts-performance&utm_content=performance-improvement-compensation&utm_campaign=finance&utm_source_platform=podcast-app&utm_creative_format=blog&utm_marketing_tactic=awareness) Podcast Information Follow our feed in Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Audible, or your preferred podcast provider. Like what you hear? Leave a review! We welcome all feedback from our listeners. Email us questions on any of the topics we discuss or questions about issues that interest you. You can also provide recommendations on matters for future episodes. · Please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org · Connect with us on LinkedIn: Coker Group Company Page · Follow us on Twitter: @cokergroup · Follow us on Instagram: @cokergroup · Follow us on Facebook: @cokerconsulting
The specifics of executive compensation packages have major implications for personal wealth building over the long term. In this episode of Off the Wall, guest co-host Emily Harper, CFP® and co-host David B. Armstrong, CFA are joined by Laura Balser, Senior Client Partner, Executive Pay and Compensation at Korn Ferry. Laura has over 20 years of experience consulting with publicly traded, privately held and not-for-profit organizations on executive reward and benefit programs across industries, including health care, distribution, manufacturing, biotechnology, and professional services. During the conversation, Laura unpacks the current trends in executive compensation based on Korn Ferry's analysis of CEO pay at the top 300 publicly traded companies (by revenue), looking at how the pandemic drove changes in compensation across different industries. She underscores the continued emphasis on variable pay as shareholders demand performance-driven compensation, and how this creates challenges for retaining talent and satisfying shareholders. Tune in for tips around negotiating executive compensation like seeking advice, anticipating counteroffers, and understanding the tax impact when exercising stock options. Laura also sheds light on emerging, innovative pay structures such as equity signing bonuses and mega grants and discusses the differences between Restricted Stock Units and Performance Stock Units. "For the first time in probably 12 years, we're seeing more material declines than we've seen in the past. If stock options have been awarded, then they're likely underwater. And if the options don't appreciate enough to warrant exercising them...the individual has lost the ability for wealth creation. This is why having RSUs or time-based units as part of the equity mix is important because at least there's a floor." – Laura Balser, Senior Client Partner, Executive Pay & Governance Episode Timeline/Key Highlights: [01:10] Introducing our guests & the topic of today's episode. [03:10] The current state of compensation packages and impacts driven by the Covid-19 pandemic. [05:10] Industry-specific considerations: Which industries are more conservative vs. more aggressive in terms of pay increases? [7:18] Innovative executive compensation programs to attract top talent in today's competitive market, including mega grants, outperformance grants, Restricted Stock Units (RSUs) and Performance Stock Units (PSUs). [16:50] What drives pay increases at the top of the house. Plus, a deeper look at generational trends in pay transparency at lower levels of the organization. [19:00] Considerations around wealth creation opportunities and the tax liabilities that come along with stock-based compensation. [28:10] What levers to pull (or not to pull) when negotiating your executive compensation package. [35:00] Final thoughts around the future of compensation and shareholder expectations. Please see important podcast disclosure information at https://monumentwealthmanagement.com/disclosures. Resources Mentioned: Stock Option Compensation Cheat Sheet: https://monumentwealthmanagement.com/resource/stock-option-compensation-your-cheat-sheet-to-planning/ Connect with Laura Balser on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurabalser/ Learn about Korn Ferry: Korn Ferry | Organizational Consulting Connect with Monument Wealth Management: Visit our website: https://bit.ly/monumentwealthwebsite Follow us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/MonumentWealthIG Follow us on Twitter: https://bit.ly/MonumentWealthTW Connect with us on LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/MonumentWealthLI Connect with us on Facebook: https://bit.ly/MonumentWealthFB Connect with us on YouTube: https://bit.ly/YouTubeMWMFit About “Off the Wall”: OFF THE WALL is a podcast for business professionals and high-net-worth investors who want to build wealth with purpose. A little bit Wall Street, a little bit off-the-wall; it's your go-to for straightforward, unfiltered wealth advice on topics that founders, business owners, and executives care about. Learn more at https://monumentwealthmanagement.com.
In this episode of Power Women In Insurance, Teresa Kitchens sits down with Carrie Cheeks. Carrie Cheeks is a Workers Comp expert with Jencap and she discusses how she got into the industry and how she is connecting with agents to build a better workers comp industry. Episode Highlights: Carrie mentions that she initially had no interest in the insurance industry but was convinced by her Uncle to try it, and after a few years, she realized that it was more than she expected. (1:22) Carrie discusses her journey of leveling up in the industry, transitioning from copy-and-paste work to sales, with a focus on Workers' Compensation. (8:49) Carrie shares her upcoming role as a Corporate Relationship Manager, where she will be working with carriers, agency partnership groups, and aggregators to create mutually beneficial relationships and serve them effectively. (15:51) Carrie believes that the Workers' Comp market is currently chaotic and confusing, with carriers unsure of how to act in the face of low prices and rising costs, leading to a need for constant learning and staying informed. (20:01) Carrie discusses the importance of simplifying communication with agents by using abbreviations and clear instructions to expedite the process and ensure that agents understand what is needed. (28:09) Carrie advises agents in Workers' Comp to build a community of knowledgeable individuals by reaching out to people online who are posting about the topic, asking for information and advice on how to excel in it, and discussing opportunities for education and growth. (31:38) Key Quotes: “It's really my management that has helped me elevate myself because they are so open to new ideas and new places. And I'm not afraid to ask either. I've never been afraid to ask for anything in my life. And I don't think I'll start being afraid to ask anytime soon.” - Carrie Cheeks “It's nice to see agents elevating their game, because then it helps us elevate our game to our carriers, it helps the whole entire line of the process work…knowledge is power, and you're going to be more successful if you have more knowledge.” - Carrie Cheeks “Education is obviously so important. But also building a community around you that is like-minded helps a lot too.” - Carrie Cheeks Resources Mentioned: Carrie Cheeks LinkedIn Jencap Contact Teresa Kitchens Sterling Insurance Group
As fundraising constricts, investor-friendly terms come out. Understand the effect these terms have on you and your company, as well as the effects of stacking SAFEs. Here is the FREE Carta SAFE & Convertible Note calculator:https://carta.com/blog/safe-and-convertible-note-calculator/About CartaCarta builds infrastructure for tomorrow's innovators. Founders can manage their equity, issue options, and pay fairly using Carta Cap Table and Compensation tools. You can get a weekly peek into data from 38,000 startups across the world by subscribing to our Data Minute newsletter.About SpringTime VenturesSpringTime Ventures seeds high-growth startups in healthcare, fintech, logistics, and marketplace businesses. We look for founders with domain expertise, forging a path with a truly transformative technology. We only invest in software-based businesses in the USA. We bring a people-focused approach, work quickly, and reach conviction independently. Our initial check size is $600k. You can learn more about us and our approach. About Rich MaloyRich's mission is to rebuild the American dream through entrepreneurship. He believes technology gives all people the opportunity to grow, learn and earn. He is a Managing Partner at SpringTime Ventures and the host of the VC Minute podcast. With prior careers in finance and sales, he's been focused on the startup ecosystem for over a dozen years. He's a father of two young children and loves sci-fi, skiing, and video games.
In this episode of the podcast "Do More With Your Money," host TJ van Gerven discusses the wash sale rule and its implications for equity compensation. He explains what a wash sale is and how it can inadvertently be triggered with equity compensation such as restricted stock, stock purchase plans, and stock options. The consequences of triggering a wash sale are explored, including the disallowance of losses and complications in tracking cost basis and taxes. The episode concludes with an invitation for listeners to reach out with any questions on equity compensation.
Kathleen Stuart has held many of the top jobs in the Oregon Democratic campaign world--deputy director for the Senate Democratic Leadership Fund, Executive Director for FuturePAC, and head of the Democratic coordinated campaign effort in 2018 (where Gov. Kate Brown won by 6 points). She now owns her own firm, Stuart Collective, and was recently selected as one of the Portland Business Journal's 40 under 40. In this episode, we talk about Kathleen's relatively rapid promotions in the political world, and her career trajectory from private sector public relations to politics. We cover how caucus campaign committees work, and what the "coordinate campaign" does. We also talk about compensation for public officials (legislators, judges, and statewide officials) and her recent piece in the Oregon Way called: "Where can Oregon step up to support women serving in office?". For more information on Kathleen, you can visit: www.stuartcollective.co
Dan Goodman is the King of Comp in the Sales World. Dan's been in the sales world for over 25 years…as a salesperson, a channel developer, a negotiator, and a sales leader. Along the way he noticed recurring challenges salespeople and sales leaders faced around what might be the most sensitive topic in our world…compensation and commissions. Today, Dan helps salespeople and sales leaders ask for and get what they deserve. He helps them when they need help the very most. This is an important episode about how to protect yourself, your team, and to get compensation right. You can connect with Dan on LinkedIn here (https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-goodman2001/). You can learn more about TruCommish here (https://trucommish.com/). For video excerpts of this and other episodes of the Sales Leadership Podcast, check out Sales Leadership United on Patreon Here (https://www.patreon.com/SalesLeadershipUnited).
Paul Hamann, the founder of RCReports, joins Randy for Episode 123 of The Unique CPA. Paul discusses reasonable compensation and how it plays a vital role in tax planning and compliance for closely held businesses. Paul debunks common myths around reasonable compensation and provides valuable insights into how to properly determine reasonable comp. He and Randy both stress the importance of advisory in accounting services and how that addition of value can boost your firm. Get the full show notes and more resources at TheUniqueCPA.com
The COVID-19 pandemic triggered major workplace transformations. Although the pandemic is over, many organizations have introduced hybrid work practices. And while this allows for more work-life balance, it has also introduced new risks for employers, ranging from at-home ergonomic injuries with potential compensability challenges to learning gaps and collaboration difficulties. In this episode of Risk in Context, Marsh's Dan Aronson, Christine Williams, and Wendy Thomas and Mercer's Melissa Swift discuss the challenges that the new world of work has brought and discuss the strategies employers can apply to mitigate these risks. You can access a transcript of the episode here. For more insights and insurance and risk management solutions, follow Marsh on LinkedIn and Twitter and visit marsh.com.
We all know that valuations are down and that down rounds are up. But does a down round need to be a stigma? Some great companies have been built after down rounds. About CartaCarta builds infrastructure for tomorrow's innovators. Founders can manage their equity, issue options, and pay fairly using Carta Cap Table and Compensation tools. You can get a weekly peek into data from 38,000 startups across the world by subscribing to our Data Minute newsletter.About SpringTime VenturesSpringTime Ventures seeds high-growth startups in healthcare, fintech, logistics, and marketplace businesses. We look for founders with domain expertise, forging a path with a truly transformative technology. We only invest in software-based businesses in the USA. We bring a people-focused approach, work quickly, and reach conviction independently. Our initial check size is $600k. You can learn more about us and our approach. About Rich MaloyRich's mission is to rebuild the American dream through entrepreneurship. He believes technology gives all people the opportunity to grow, learn and earn. He is a Managing Partner at SpringTime Ventures and the host of the VC Minute podcast. With prior careers in finance and sales, he's been focused on the startup ecosystem for over a dozen years. He's a father of two young children and loves sci-fi, skiing, and video games.
This episode is first time we are talking about the Wolf-Livestock Compensation Pilot Program through the California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife. Joining Katie to have this conversation and explain what is available to ranchers through this pilot program is Dr. Ken Tate, a UC Davis Professor of Extension in Rangeland Management—who many listening may know for his research on water quality. We also have Dr. Tina Saitone, a UC Davis Professor of Extension in Livestock and Rangeland Economics. Episode resources: CDFW Wolf Livestock Compensation Grants Webpage Contact Dr. Ken Tate at email@example.comContact Dr. Tina Saitone at firstname.lastname@example.org
Franco has a current net worth of $4.0 million. He has most of net worth in real estate. 80% is in mobile home investments via his business. Almost 20% is in some single family home investements and then a little in cash and other personal items.
At WageScape (formerly Greenwich.HR), we believe that your time is best spent creating solutions, not collecting data. We have made it our mission to offer the most comprehensive and up-to-date labor market data, opening doors to efficient, world-changing innovation. As CEO, serving our clients and building outstanding partnerships and meaningful relationships is the best part of my job. I have combined 35+ years of engineering, military, consulting, and operations leadership in tackling massive challenges and achieving organizational growth. Our Greenwich.HR team takes a serious and impactful approach to tackling big market issues, providing the best data to drive the best decisions, and helping businesses succeed in an $80T market. ✅ We are proud to have world-class clients ➤ Possessing an unmatched scope of labor information and high-performing analytics tools, we generate excellence on behalf of prestigious organizations worldwide, including Walmart, Aon, Stanford University, and Yahoo Finance. ✅ We build flexible, trusting, longstanding partnerships ➤ Striving to make our clients and partners proud, we work closely with consulting and enterprise technology firms, financial services groups, and developers to achieve compelling goals. ✅ We have the most comprehensive labor market dataset in the world ➤ Building robust datasets that power labor analytics, we use patented AI technology that updates data from 5.6M hiring organizations across 210 countries and all industries. ✅ We bring unrivaled timeliness, scale, and precision ➤ Allowing savvy data science and analytics teams to answer important questions, we make it simple to incorporate market insights aligned with specific application, service, and cost requirements. ✅ We enable insights, innovation, and endless possibilities ➤ Defining a new approach to the market for data, we unlock value by identifying trends, predicting market disruptions, decreasing risk, and driving innovation and profitability.
Founders, whatever you think it's going to take you to raise this funding, it's probably going to take longer. So begin those conversations earlier than you think you need to.About CartaCarta builds infrastructure for tomorrow's innovators. Founders can manage their equity, issue options, and pay fairly using Carta Cap Table and Compensation tools. You can get a weekly peek into data from 38,000 startups across the world by subscribing to our Data Minute newsletter. About SpringTime VenturesSpringTime Ventures seeds high-growth startups in healthcare, fintech, logistics, and marketplace businesses. We look for founders with domain expertise, forging a path with a truly transformative technology. We only invest in software-based businesses in the USA. We bring a people-focused approach, work quickly, and reach conviction independently. Our initial check size is $600k. You can learn more about us and our approach. About Rich MaloyRich's mission is to rebuild the American dream through entrepreneurship. He believes technology gives all people the opportunity to grow, learn and earn. He is a Managing Partner at SpringTime Ventures and the host of the VC Minute podcast. With prior careers in finance and sales, he's been focused on the startup ecosystem for over a dozen years. He's a father of two young children and loves sci-fi, skiing, and video games.
Connor Wetherington (https://loisllc.com/attorney/connor-wetherington/) and Addison O'Donnell (https://loisllc.com/attorney/addison-odonnell/) return to The Third Fridays podcast to chat with host Christian Sison (https://loisllc.com/attorney/christian-sison/) about a unique win for the firm. In Miller, the firm defended an employer's right to have Workers' Compensation settlements approved by the State Board. From interpreting the words contained within everyday emails to an exciting Rochester journey, LOIS prevailed again! Have a listen. What is “Third Fridays”? "Third Fridays" podcast is a live, 30-minute legal talk show from Lois Law Firm (https://loisllc.com/) featuring moderator Christian Sison (https://loisllc.com/attorney/christian-sison/). It is the original forum in which real attorneys discuss workers' compensation issues, share their opinions and engage in colorful conversations. The goal of the show is to showcase the diverse perspectives of the attorneys handling workers' compensation cases. Attorneys discuss case law trends, practical litigation strategies, and hot topics. Special Guests: Addison O'Donnell and Connor Wetherington.
This episode is brought to you by Oberle Risk Strategies, the leading insurance brokerage and insurance diligence provider for the search fund community. The company is led by August Felker (himself a 2-time successful searcher), and has been trusted by search investors, lenders, searchers and CEOs for over a decade now. Their due diligence offering (which is 100% free of charge) will assess the pros and cons of your target company's insurance program, including any potential coverage gaps, the pro-forma insurance pricing, and the program structure changes needed for closing. At or shortly after closing, they then execute on all of those findings on your behalf. Oberle has serviced over 900 customers across a decade of operation, including countless searchers and CEOs within the ETA community * This episode is brought to you by Symphony. Symphony not only performs technical due diligence engagements for search funds, Private Equity firms, and strategic acquirers, but they also partner with those buyers on an ongoing basis on all things product (outsourced development, team augmentation, new product prototyping, UI refreshes, QA professionalization, and so on). Symphony is offering a full 15% off of any of their services for listeners of In the Trenches. Just go to the Contact form on their website and tell them that you're a listener of the podcast to receive this discount! * I have spent the past several weeks going through almost 3 years of In The Trenches archives to tease out all of the best insights that we've been able to collect from each of our guests specific to Compensation. I won't need to convince any CEO of how important compensation is, and how fraught with peril it can be when it isn't done right. Below is a list of our guests and topics, which include timestamps, so you can skip between the segments that are most interesting to you: (3:06) Verne Harnish: Crafting Company-Wide Compensation Plans (20:55) Dave Prusinski: Sales Compensation (37:48) Rich Manders & Brent Beshore: Equity or Options as a Form of Compensation (51:00) Jim Sharpe: Managing Wage Inflation & Salary Expectations (55:05) Randy Street: Surprising Lessons Specific to Compensation (1:03:05) Bob Pritchett: Compensation Mistakes
As Life Dynamics president, Mark Crutcher, always said, to understand the abortion issue just follow the money! In this week's episode, we follow the money and discuss the heated lawsuit between Texas and Planned Parenthood over millions in medicaid funds, Planned Parenthood's push to repeal whistleblower compensation for exposing fraud, how abortion supporters are pushing for the repeal of insurance restrictions in Michigan, the jaw dropping salaries of Planned Parenthood CEOs, and Mexico's opening itself up as an abortion tourism destination. Join us as we expose how it is all about the Benjamins! Topics Discussed:Mexico's Supreme Court Decriminalizes AbortionJudge won't require professor who forced students to fund her political causes to return the moneyTexas demands millions in medicaid funds returned from Planned Parenthood in new lawsuitPlanned Parenthood seeks to overturn US whistleblower fraud lawMichigan abortion supporters push for repeal of insurance restrictionsThe annual salaries of Planned Parenthood CEOs will shock you! Links Mentioned:Mexico supreme court decriminalizes abortion across country - The GuardianMexico has decriminalized abortion, but politics could decide access - ReutersMexican Supreme Court Decriminalizes Abortion Nationwide, Requires Federal Health Services to Offer Abortion - Ms MagazinePro-Life America Episode 113: "Big Abortion” Sets Its Eyes On MexicoCourt: Professor who forced students to fund Planned Parenthood won't return money for now - Live Action NewsWhat To Know About Texas Lawsuit That Could Cost Planned Parenthood $1.8 Billion - ForbesTexas seeking repayment from Planned Parenthood of millions in Medicaid funds - CBS NewsPlanned Parenthood seeks to overturn US whistleblower fraud law - ReutersAbortion-rights advocates back repeal of insurance restrictions, clinic regulations - Crain's Detroit BusinessAmerican Life League Report: 2023 Report On Planned Parenthood CEO CompensationRate & Review Our Podcast Have a topic you want to see discussed on the show? [Submit it here.]To learn more about what Life Dynamics does, visit: https://lifedynamics.com/about-us/Support Our Work
Our conversation focuses on WorkatWork's just published 2023-2024 Salary Budget Survey, which organizations have come to rely on to design competitive compensation plans that attract and retain high-performing employees. Joining us are Liz Supinski, Director, Research & Insights at WorldatWork, and Michaela Leo, Head, Compensation & Benefits for Ipsen, a global specialty-driven biopharmaceutical group. We discuss the 1 or 2 most important takeaways, the most surprising findings, what listeners need to know about salary budget surveys in general, and what's in store for next year's survey. https://worldatwork.org/resources/research/salary-budget-survey
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How to negotiate salary after you get a job offer? Always negotiate, because recruiters expect a counter-offer. Research and compare salaries in your industry to understand your worth, build your case, and don't forget to negotiate perks and benefits. Ever wondered how to confidently negotiate your salary without feeling guilty or rude? Get the answer straight from the expert! We sit down with Sarah Hassaine, Head of Diversity and Inclusion at ResMed. Sarah delves deep into the art of articulating your value, sharing her personal compensation negotiation stories and revealing the secrets to proving your worth at work. Tune in to this episode to discover: ✔️ Salary Stories: Real-life examples of how to determine your worth in a job. ✔️ Know Your Worth: Effective strategies to research and compare salaries in your industry. ✔️ Generational Differences: Insights into how Gen Z and younger millennials approach salary negotiation differently than Gen X and baby boomers. ✔️ The Compensation Penalty: Unraveling why women, especially minority women and those with children, often face pay disparities. ✔️ Busting Salary Myths: Debunking misconceptions and understanding why you truly deserve more. ✔️ Beyond the Numbers: How to negotiate for benefits and perks that truly reflect your value. ✔️ The Counter-offer Expectation: Why recruiters anticipate a counter-offer and how to leverage it. ✅ Request A Customized Workshop For Your Team And Company: http://assertiveway.com/workshops ✅ Follow Sarah Hassaine on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahhassaine/ ✅ Follow Ivna Curi on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ivna-curi-mba-67083b2/ ✅ Other Episodes You'll Like How To Get Promoted At Work Quicky In 5 Steps 4 Examples On How To Get The Promotion You Want 4 Things You Can Ask For To Fast-Track Your Career 15 Ways To Groom Yourself For A Promotion When Nobody Else Does The Real Story Of How I Got Promoted 7 Tips To Apply For A Job When You Don't Meet The Requirements How To Get The Job When You Don't Meet The Requirements (With Director Jess Sahagian) Who Is Grooming You For A Promotion? (With Gina Hope) 5 Easy Ways To Self-Promote Without Bragging Don't Leave It to Luck: How to Steer Your Career Path (with Geetanjali Tandon) ✅ Free Resources Podcast episode lists by theme: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/speakyourmindunapologeticallytopics Women in Tech Leaders Podcast Interviews: https://assertiveway.com/womenintechpodcastguests/ Podcast Summaries & More Email Newsletter: https://assertiveway.com/newsletter Our Linkedin Blog Articles: https://www.linkedin.com/newsletters/6863880009879306240/ TEDx Talk How To Speak Up Safely When It's Psychologically Unsafe: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/safespeak 10 Day free Assertive And Liked Challenge: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/beassertiveandliked Assertiveness free training: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/getahead Other Free resources: https://assertiveway.com/free/ Podcast page: https://assertiveway.com/podcast-speak-your-mind-unapologetically/ ✅ Work With Us Workshops: http://assertiveway.com/workshops Services: https://assertiveway.com/offerings Contact me: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Contact me on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ivna-curi-mba-67083b2 Website: https://assertiveway.com ✅ Support The Podcast Rate the podcast on apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/speak-your-mind-unapologetically-podcast/id1623647915 Ask me your question for the next episode: https://www.speakpipe.com/speakyourmindquestion ✅ Podcast Topic Compilations 8 Real Life Examples On How To Deal With Difficult Coworkers (Compilation): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/8-examples-on-how-to-deal-with-difficult-coworkers Mastering Mentor & Sponsor Connections: Insider Advice from 5 Trailblazing Professionals (Compilation): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/mastering-mentor-sponsor-connections-insider-advice-from-5-trailblazing-professionals How To Find Courage To Speak Up (Compilation): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/how-to-find-courage-to-speak-up-4-examples 4 Examples On How To Get The Promotion You Want (Compilation): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/4-examples-on-how-to-get-the-promotion-you-want 4 Tips On How To Successfully Share Your Ideas At Work (Compilation): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/4-tips-on-how-to-successfully-share-your-ideas-at-work-compilation How To Cope With Stress At Work (Compilation): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/how-to-cope-with-stress-at-work-compilation
When you give out bonuses, does it feel like an obligation or a motivation? Everyone loves a good bonus, but as an employer, it's important to think through what they actually mean to your employees. Join Matt & Mike to discuss how to be purposeful with your bonusing, as well as some non-cash ways to motivate your team to put their best foot forward. #motivation #bonus #businessowner
What are the trends in household staffing salaries and compensation? How much does compensation affect tenure and turnover? Which employees are you most at risk of losing?Botoff Consulting wanted to help answer these questions, and provide data to help families and family offices recruit top private service professionals and retain their best household staff members. In 2022, they surveyed 300 families and family offices in the first compensation study in the family office world solely focused on household staff. The Estate and Household Staff Compensation Report, published by Morgan Stanley and Botoff Consulting, covers 30 positions, including estate managers, housekeepers, private chefs and more. In this episode of the Easemakers Podcast, Botoff Consulting Managing Principal Trish Botoff and Senior Consultant Jennifer Adams share how to interpret the data to make smart decisions around compensation, and dig into key takeaways around overtime, turnover, long-term incentives and more. Tune in to hear why it's important to do regular check-ins with the market, what goes into creating a compensation strategy, where certifications affect compensation in private service, and tips for estate managers advocating for compensation increases for their household staff. Check out the complimentary report and the full report at botoffconsulting.com and follow along with Botoff to be a part of future surveys.Subscribe to the Easemakers Podcast to hear from more experts in the private service industry, and join the Easemakers community to talk to other estate managers and PSPs on a regular basis. Enjoying the Easemakers Podcast? Leave us a rating and a review telling us about your favorite episodes and what you want to learn next!The Easemakers Podcast is presented by Nines, modern household management software and services built for private service professionals and the households the support.
How shall companies confront a difficult past? In the most transparent way. So say Mike Anson (Bank of England) and Michael Bennett (Sheffield University) in conversation with Carmen Hofmann (eabh). The topic of this episode is the collection of slavery compensation (1835 -43); after slavery was abolished within the British Empire in 1833. Part of a compromise that helped secure abolition was a compensation package for British slave owners for the loss of their ‘property'. The Bank of England administered the payment of slavery compensation on behalf of the British government. Listen to Mike & Michael showcase the Bank of England archive and shed new light on the matter. #FinanceandHistory #eabhPodcast
On this airing of Let's Get Legal, Jon is joined by the attorneys at Theriault Booth. Jeffrey Theriault, Ryan Theriault, and Gregory Booth join Jon Hansen to discuss the process of starting a claim, what to do if your employee doesn’t pay, and more! The group also answers questions from the listeners. For more information, you can […]
In this episode of Peak Performance Selling Podcast, host Jordan Benjamin interviews Adam Jay to talk about the importance of building diverse, equitable, and inclusive sales teams. Adam shares insights into why diversity is crucial in today's sales landscape, emphasizing the need for teams that represent the diverse world we live in. He discusses strategies for encouraging diversity in sales organizations, including fair compensation practices. Adam also highlights the value of diverse perspectives in sales processes and their positive impact on building relationships with customers. The episode concludes with a discussion about the definition of success in today's world and information about hiring opportunities at reprise.PEAK PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS QUOTES"You want your team to represent your customers that you're selling to, which I think is important.""The world isn't a world of straight white men or straight white women. The world is diverse and mixed in a wonderful place.""Happiness, man. I've chased the golden dollar before... Can I put down my phone at the end of the day?""We're here to build something special, man."You can connect with Adam Jay through the link below.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adambjay/If you're listening to the Peak Performance Selling Podcast, please subscribe, share, and send us your feedback.Jordan Benjamin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jordanbenjamin/MyCoreOs.com: http://mycoreos.com/Podcast: https://www.mycoreos.com/podcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/jbenj09
Avez-vous déjà vu des publicités vous proposant de financer pour quelques euros la plantation d'un arbre afin de compenser, par exemple, le bilan carbone de votre voyage en avion ? Derrière cette proposition, il y a une vérité scientifique : les forêts sont de grands bols d'oxygène et des aspirateurs de CO2. Mais il y a aussi un marché : le marché des crédits carbone. Pour synthétiser, des entreprises plantent des arbres ou protègent des forêts pour compenser leurs émissions de CO2. Ces projets sont censés créer des emplois et financer la transition écologique de pays du sud notamment. Ils donnent droit à des crédits carbone qui permettent à ces entreprises d'afficher un meilleur bilan tout en continuant à polluer. En théorie, c'est un mécanisme vertueux, mais en pratique, il est souvent dévoyé.Dans cet épisode de Sur la Terre, notre podcast en partenariat avec The Conversation qui explore les solutions à la crise écologique, on a décidé d'examiner à la loupe les fameux crédits carbone forestiers.Invités : Bonaventure Sonké, botaniste, professeur à l'université de Yaoundé Marc Ona Essangui, militant pour le climat, directeur exécutif de l'ONG Brain Forest Alain Karsenty, économiste spécialiste de l'environnement au CIRAD, centre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique pour le développement Monique Goyens, directrice générale du BEUC, Bureau Européen des Unions de ConsommateursPour aller plus loin, vous pouvez lire ces deux papiers de The Conversation, le partenaire de ce podcast: Histoire des crédits carbone, vie et mort d'une fausse bonne idée ? Mesurer l'invisible : la dure tâche de calculer le stock et le flux de carbone d'une forêt Réalisation : Antoine Boyer Rédaction en chef : Michaëla Cancela-Kieffer Composition musicale : Nicolas Vair avec Irma Cabrero-Abanto et Sebastian Villanueva.Nous serions ravis d'avoir vos retours sur cet épisode et de savoir quels autres sujets vous souhaiteriez explorer. Alors, laissez-nous une note vocale ou un message sur Whatsapp au + 33 6 79 77 38 45, nous serons très heureux de vous écouter ! Et abonnez-vous à Ici la Terre, la newsletter de The Conversation qui sélectionne une série d'articles pour suivre et comprendre l'actualité environnementale.Sur la Terre est une série de podcasts et de textes financée par le Centre européen de journalisme dans le cadre du projet Journalisme de solutions, soutenu par la fondation Bill & Melinda Gates. L'AFP et The Conversation ont conservé leur indépendance éditoriale à chaque étape du projet. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
What do you need to provide your defense counsel with for the defense of a claim? Partners Jennifer Laver and Robert Hanneman discuss what defense counsels need to give an accurate analysis of a claim, compensability, medical treatment, temporary benefits, and exposure risk. Jen and Rob also explain why information such as wage history, an ISO report, personnel file, leave of absence, medical records, and more are essential to handle the claim efficiently. During this episode, Jen and Rob provide examples of why getting this information can reduce exposure and get pre-existing credit.
Would you like to learn how to release pain by creating more peace and calm? Download my free guided meditation audio bundle here: https://thewellnessengineer.com/audiobundle Have you heard about the Twelve Laws of the Universe? Join me today and learn more about these 12 universal laws, how they affect our lives, and how they help us live a healthier, better, and more fulfilled life. In this episode you'll learn: ⏰ 01:03 - The Twelve Universal Laws ⏰ 04:21 - 1. Law of Divine Oneness ⏰ 06:03 - 2. Law of Cause and Effect ⏰ 06:59 - 3. Law of Vibration ⏰ 10:14 - 4. Law of Correspondence ⏰ 13:15 - 5. Law of Perpetual Transmutation of Energy ⏰ 14:14 - 6. Law of Attraction ⏰ 16:15 - 7. Law of Inspired Action ⏰ 18:01 - 8. Law of Compensation ⏰ 18:48 - 9. Law of Relatively ⏰ 20:37 - 10. Law of Polarity ⏰ 21:26 - 11. Law of Rhythm ⏰ 23:18 - 12. Law of Gender ⏰ 25:32 - The ONE Thing You Can Do Today Listen to Wellness By Design on the go with these apps: Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart Radio Subscribe, rate and review!
In this episode, Dr. Andrew Wilner shared insights into the world of locum tenens. He discussed how locum tenens, which means "placeholder" in Latin, involves physicians temporarily filling in for various medical roles, such as covering for vacations, maternity leaves, or staffing shortages. Dr. Wilner emphasized the flexibility and work-life balance that locum tenens offers, making it an attractive option for physicians seeking unique experiences and the freedom to explore different locations. Looking for something specific? Here you go! 00:01:00: Dr. Wilner's introduction to locum tenens 00:02:00: The definition of locum tenens 00:03:00: Compensation in locum tenens 00:05:00: Locum tenens and the doctor shortage 00:06:00: The impact of telemedicine on locum tenens 00:07:00: Dr. Wilner's locum tenens experiences 00:08:00: Flexibility and the lack of job security in locum tenens 00:09:00: The lack of ownership in modern medicine 00:10:00: The tax advantages of self-employment in locum tenens 00:11:00: Coping with changes in locum tenens positions 00:12:00: Locum tenens experiences in toxic work environments 00:13:00: The need for flexibility and self-confidence in locum tenens 00:14:00: The story of Dr. Wilner's locum tenens job with residents 00:15:00: Credentialing and the challenges of starting a locum tenens position 00:16:00: Onboarding processes for locum tenens physicians 00:17:00: Dr. Wilner's transition from locum tenens to permanent roles 00:18:00: The freshness of locum tenens work 00:19:00: Hedonic adaptation and locum tenens 00:20:00: A physician's perspective on locum tenens 00:21:00: Advice for physicians considering locum tenens 00:22:00: Dr. Wilner's final thoughts on locum tenens About Dr. Andrew Wilner: Dr. Wilner, an experienced Neurologist, guides physicians on the unconventional locum career path with courage, knowledge, and an adventurous spirit. His book bridges a gap in physician career support, offering practical advice to navigate the world of locum life. While some parts are US-specific, the book's global relevance resonates, making it an inspirational and useful resource for locum physicians worldwide. Learn more about Dr. Wilner on his website. Did ya know… You can also be a guest on our show? Please email me at email@example.com to connect or visit www.physiciansguidetodoctoring.com to learn more about the show! Socials: @physiciansguidetodoctoring on FB @physicianguidetodoctoring on YouTube @physiciansguide on Instagram and Twitter
More than 11,000 nurse practitioners (NPs) participated in the 2022 American Association of Nurse Practitioners® (AANP) National Workforce Survey. A comprehensive report detailing the findings related to NP compensation has just been released! Joining Dr. Sophia Thomas on this episode of NP Pulse is AANP Vice President of Research Christine Tracy, who highlights the importance of research related to the NP role and discusses the many insights NPs can receive from the 2022 AANP NP Compensation Report. AANP members have free access to the 2022 AANP Nurse Practitioner Compensation Report through their AANP member account or through AANP.org. Nonmembers may purchase the report for $219. If you are not yet an AANP member, by joining AANP today, you can gain access to the report and save up to $164!
Your business cannot survive without a consistent flow of sales. Yet it can be one of the most frustrating parts of a business. Whether you are doing sales yourself or have a sales team, this episode dives deep into the world of sales, uncovering some incredible insights you won't want to miss. Join host Nikki Nash and seasoned sales expert, Amy Lau, as they have an open conversation about sales. Connect with Nikki on LinkedIn Share this episode with one person you believe will get value from it. Connect with Amy via her website or connect with her on LinkedIn. Key Takeaways: Sales Is a Learnable Skill: No matter how shy or introverted you may be, sales is a skill that can be learned and mastered. Amy's journey from a shy writer to a successful sales leader is proof that anyone can excel in sales. Sales Is About Building Relationships: Sales isn't about pushing products on people; it's about building meaningful relationships and providing value. When you focus on helping and educating your prospects, you create trust and loyalty. Align Sales and Marketing: Sales and marketing should work together seamlessly. When these teams are aligned and share a common vision, your sales efforts become more effective and efficient. Understand Your Product Inside Out: To sell effectively, you must have an in-depth understanding of your product or service. When you can explain the value and benefits clearly, you build credibility with your prospects. Incentivize Your Sales Team: Properly structured incentives are essential for a motivated sales team. Compensation structures should encourage success and reward your salespeople for their hard work.
HOUR DEUX! (00:15) Los Angeles Chargers Star running back Austin Ekeler joins GoJo and Golic! The "touchdown machine" starts by discussing his journey from undrafted to getting reps during his rookie season and what advice he gives to NFL Rookies who want to make the team regardless of their spot on the depth chart. (02:22) Austin shares with us how his preparation has changed going into his 7th season in the NFL and (06:35) if the big money deal Justin Herbert signed in July has gone to the QB's head. GoJo and Golic ask Austin his thoughts on the issues surrounding the NFL's running back compensation and where he sees the position in the future. (17:40) Austin ends his time with us discussing his fascination with Fantasy Football and why Fantasy Footballers should draft him on Christian McCaffrey. (23:30) After recapping their conversation with Austin Ekeler, GoJo, and Golic look back at college football and decide what feels the most sustainable from the Week 1 slate. (30:30) Proud Alum Jessie Coffield has to answer for her Boston College Eagles after they spend a big bag to get beat by NIU over the weekend before talking to the Golics about Heisman Odds. (35:45) Pro Football Hall of Famer and Seattle Seahawks Legend Walter Jones joins the show to talk about the initiative he started with the NFL called "96 Check" where every September 6th, to pay homage to his former teammate Cortez Kennedy, he calls for former players to call and check up on a former teammate. (38:08) Walter also speaks on his Seahawks this season and what he expects from QB Geno Smith. (41:30) This, That, and the Third: Messi and Inter Miami vs. LAFC brings out the stars, the emergency Doodie Delta landing, and friend of the show, Notre Dame and Minnesota Vikings Legend Kyle Rudolph announces his retirement from the NFL. Click here to subscribe, rate, and review the newest episodes of GoJo and Golic! If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling, and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NJ/ NY/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. New customers only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
With recent landmark legislation being passed around salary transparency, many companies are playing catch up as they interpret and implement changes.In this episode, members of the a16z People Operations team, Shannon Schiltz and Brandon Cherry explore how companies can best prepare themselves to not just survive, but thrive in this new environment. Topics Covered:00:00 - Salary transparency legislation01:52 - The culture around pay transparency 03:39 - What is the legislation?07:01 - How are companies reacting?11:03 - Structuring a compensation philosophy 12:30 - Pay ranges15:35 - Exceptions to the pay range18:17 - Leveling staff22:30 - Ranges and roles and company growth28:24 - Location based pay30:05 - What should employees look for when applying for work?32:19 - Job postings35:05 - Reviewing compensation ranges 35:42 - At what stage do you hire help? Stay Updated: Find a16z on Twitter: https://twitter.com/a16zFind a16z on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/a16zSubscribe on your favorite podcast app: https://a16z.simplecast.com/Follow our host: https://twitter.com/stephsmithioPlease note that the content here is for informational purposes only; should NOT be taken as legal, business, tax, or investment advice or be used to evaluate any investment or security; and is not directed at any investors or potential investors in any a16z fund. a16z and its affiliates may maintain investments in the companies discussed. For more details please see a16z.com/disclosures.