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poor communication and disengaged employees steal 20% of your bottom line
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episode 73: poor communication and disengaged employees steal 20% of your bottom line
Brent Ardit, a principal in Rea’s Dublin office, recently spent hours upon hours researching, studying and developing an improved internal communications platform for the firm as part of his team’s NextGen project. The exercise proved to be an enlightening experience and on this episode of unsuitable on Rea Radio, Brent and Dave discuss the findings in an effort to help other business owners discover how much disengaged employees are costing their own companies.
episode 72: dropping the unsuitable ‘f-bomb’ – fiduciary
Darlene Finzer and Paul McEwan, principals and benefit plan experts at Rea & Associates join Dave to talk about the “F word” all plan sponsors should be acutely aware of – fiduciary. There has been more mainstream attention to the role and requirements of a fiduciary, which have been largely the result of an increasing number of lawsuits. The duo will explain the overarching responsibility of a fiduciary and why it is essential for this individual to put their clients’ interests ahead of all others and how doing so can benefit the business.
episode 71: great ideas are never enough
Even though ours is the land of opportunity, transitioning a business from start-up to fully functional enterprise can be a difficult course to navigate. On this episode of unsuitable on Rea Radio, Matt Adams, founder of Dot the I Creative and the marketing director of the Dublin Entrepreneurial Center (DEC), joins Dave to share how fledgling entrepreneurs can start, maintain and grow their businesses while avoiding “freshman” pitfalls.
episode 70: the trump plan: taxes are-a-changin’
In the days leading up to a highly publicized speech, political analysts aren’t shy when it comes to making a few predictions about what President Donald Trump will and will not say. Now that he has been Commander in Chief for a few weeks, we thought we would be brave and venture a few predictions as well – particularly regarding the future of the American tax landscape. Ashley Matthews, CPA, a senior tax manager and tax strategist at Rea & Associates, joins Dave on unsuitable on Rea Radio to dive into the topic of tax reform and how businesses everywhere (with special emphasis on those within the State of Ohio) can prepare for changes coming down the pike.
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