Joe Truncale reiterates why management and supervisory skills development could be the most crucial “employee benefits” you can offer.
This week marks a significant turn toward the seriousness of President Biden’s and Congressional Democrats’ efforts to enact the historic social spending legislation known as the Build Back Better Act. What’s driving the urgency?
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and Oregon OSHA have revised and published their new guidance for fully vaccinated individuals.
It applies to firm operating in Nevada and includes updates from the Declaration of Emergency Directive #045 and new CDC guidance.
On the heels of last week’s House action on postal reform, the Senate this week got into the game by introducing companion legislation.
It looked like a good fit. The seller, unfortunately, didn’t see it that way.
As a trade association president, I knew that one of my most important jobs was to offer our members a friendly, well informed, third-party perspective on strategic business issues. Today, our New Direction Partners clients want the same thing: not just information about the mechanics of M&As, but also a genuine understanding of the industry and the mindsets of the people who own those companies.
For many years, I had the privilege of serving in leadership positions with Printing Industries of New England (PINE), the largest printing trade association in the Northeast. Then as now, I was greatly impressed by the resiliency of our members and their ability to adapt to changing business circumstances.