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Will Companies Drop Healthcare Coverage Because of ACA?

Will 2014 mark the beginning of the end for employer-sponsored health insurance as we know it? Target recently announced that it will no longer provide health insurance for its part-time employees. Trader Joe’s and Home Depot also made similar moves. Why? Some experts say it’s because of Obamacare. Others are not so sure.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter , Health/Benefits , Operations , Talent Management January 26 2014

Why Wait for Healthcare Reform?

Finding the best healthcare plan for your company is no easy feat, but there are ways to tailor a plan to your needs, as well as pitfalls to avoid in navigating the healthcare marketplace.

Ralph de la Torre Governance/Compliance , Health/Benefits , Regulatory March 5 2012

Why Traditional Job Descriptions Don’t Attract Top Talent

The single biggest hiring mistake and one rarely considered is that employers don’t define success for qualified candidates.

Brad Remillard CEO Briefing Newsletter , Recruiting , Talent Management August 16 2012

Why do Volatile CEOs Have Nine Lives?

The intense pressure for boards to hire the right leader, often blinds them to leadership gaps that ultimately result in a costly hiring mistake. Here’s how to avoid such missteps.

David Brookmire Leadership & Strategy , Talent Management February 2 2012

Why Culture is The Basis of Building & Investing: What Carlyle Group’s Example Holds for CEOs

Billionaire buy and hold investor Ron Baron says he invests in people, not companies. Before he opens his investment war chest, he dives deep into a company, actually meeting the leadership and seeing the tone they set from the top. No matter how “successful” a company looks on paper, it’s the meet and greet and getting to know the people involved in the organization and their culture that seals the deal for him. Peeling back his 25 billion investing portfolio, one of his investing jewels is The Carlyle Group.

Lori Ann LaRocco CEO Briefing Newsletter , Culture , Talent Management April 8 2014

Why CEOs Are Taking on More Direct Reports

The CEO’s span of control has roughly doubled over the past twenty years, from almost 5 to just under 10. Two immediate questions come to mind: Why? And is this making CEOs more—or less—effective?

Gary L. Neilson Leadership & Strategy , Personal Effectiveness , Talent Management April 9 2012
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Why CEOs Are Missing The Hispanic Market

Tapping It requires an Institutional Commitment.

Gary Berman Talent Management July 1 2005

Where Are the Women?

They’re out there, but they’re not settling for second best.

Chief Executive Talent Management June 1 2005

Where Are the Women?

Increasingly, companies recognizing the importance of diversity at the top are investing in recruiting and developing talented women. So why aren’t we seeing more women in top roles?

John Kador CEO Briefing Newsletter , Talent Management July 18 2013

When a Business Is Held Hostage

What to do when your customers are more dependent on your top sales executives than on your company.

Steven J. Shaer And Mike Struzik Leadership & Strategy , Small Business , Small Business , Talent Management March 24 2010

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