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- episode 95: the american dream: be your own boss
- episode 94: human resources 101: managing a multigenerational workforce
- episode 93: human resources 101: hiring & retaining top talent
- episode 92: how to avoid common mistakes & design the ideal retirement plan
- episode 91: the value of client relationships: expertise, loyalty, & opportunity
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episode 95: the american dream: be your own boss
When people talk about pursuing the American Dream, they often aspire to business ownership. However, as many of you already know,
owning a business is much more than a fleeting aspiration: you have to be open to expert insight from outside advisors and be willing to put in long, thankless hours away from your family on the quest towards long-term success.
In this episode of unsuitable, we’re joined by Austin Black, co-owner of William & Grant Design. Like many of you, Austin was driven to leave a very successful career in corporate America to start his own venture. We discuss why Austin chose to leave corporate America, what challenges he faced during the startup process, and the lessons he’s learned over the years.
episode 94: human resources 101: managing a multigenerational workforce
Today’s economic demands require a more flexible workforce from businesses, and forces individuals to stay in the workforce longer. As a result, this is the first time that five generations of the U.S. population are in the workforce simultaneously. There is no one-size-fits-all approach for managing everyone – each generation has unique attributes, desires, and motivations that must be addressed individually. This episode is part two of our HR mini-series, which will provide you with tools and insight to strengthen your existing recruitment and retention strategy.
episode 93: human resources 101: hiring and retaining top talent
According to the Society for Human Resource Management, the answer is $4,129 … and, depending on how many people you need or how high your company’s turnover rate is, that figure could soon balloon out of control. To help minimize these costs, more business owners are embracing the mindset behind hiring top talent. On this episode of unsuitable, we’re chatting with Desiree Lyon, a human resources and recruitment professional with demonstrated talent acquisition expertise. This episode kicks off our HR mini-series, which will provide you with tools and insight to strengthen your existing recruitment and retention strategy.
episode 92: how to avoid common mistakes & design the ideal retirement plan
Retirement planning is a team sport: participants, employers and trusted advisors need to work together to protect participants and ensure the plan is well-designed. Andrea McLane, QKA, a manager on Rea’s pension administration team in the firm’s Dublin, Ohio, joins us on this episode of unsuitable on Rea Radio to talk about what business owners can do to hit their retirement plan design out of the park.
episode 91: the value of client relationships: expertise, loyalty & opportunity
Here at Rea, we spend a lot of time getting to know more about our marketplace and the various people in it. Customers, competitors, community leaders, you name it – we always want to learn more… but why? On this episode of unsuitable on Rea Radio, we’re joined by Kevin Bill, a manager in Rea’s Lima office. Kevin has found great success in his own career by simply taking the time to learn a little bit more about his clients, competitors and other leaders in the communities and markets he serves. You may be wondering how learning more about someone’s dreams and aspirations can actually be good for business. No worries. Kevin is here to clear up any confusion.
- Episode 90: the logistics of change: how to successfully relocate or remodel your business (Mark McKinley, July 18, 2017)
- Episode 89: how the department of labor’s new regulations impact everyone (Kim Veal, July 11, 2017)
- Episode 88: cybersecurity: how to prepare for ransomware (Joe Welker, July 4, 2017)
- Episode 87: the leaders: they are a-changin’ (Kyle Quillen, June 27, 2017)
- Episode 86: demystifying legislative jargon & leveraging the Ohio Society of CPAs (Greg Saul, June 20, 2017)
- Episode 85: collaborate, integrate, automate: customer relationship management & profitability (Mike Moran, June 13, 2017)
- Episode 84: get unstuck: breaking down the affinity bias culture in your business (Michaela McGinn, June 6, 2017)
- Episode 83: the value of valuations: increase your practice ownership potential (Kyle Quillen, May 30, 2017)
- Episode 82: for a more profitable business, engage in the strategy of law (Chris Pycraft, May 23, 2017)
- Episode 81: information is everywhere, ideas are cheap, but good entertainment is hard to find (May 16, 2017)