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When: Wednesday, April 12, 2017 | 1:00pm EST
Where: Online Webinar
Member: $325
Non Member: $425


Your people are your biggest asset and this year, like most business executives, you’re likely struggling to find, keep, motivate and compensate your employees. So what are other companies doing that’s working? What legislative pitfalls (healthcare, overtime, minimum wage, paid time off) should know you be aware of? What changes should you be making to our employee handbook to accommodate the needs of the Millennials who now make up close to 50% of the working population? Join Washington Post columnist Gene Marks and a panel of your colleagues as they discuss the latest ideas.



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Gene Marks  is a columnist, author, and small business owner. Gene writes every day on business, politics and public policy for the Washington Post and weekly for Forbes, Inc. Magazine, Entrepreneur, and the Huffington Post. Gene has written 5 books on business management, specifically geared towards small and medium sized companies. His most recent is The Manufacturer’s Book of Lists. Nationally, Gene appears on Fox News, MSNBC and CNBC discussing matters affecting the business community.  Through his keynotes and breakout sessions, Gene helps business owners, executives and managers understand the political, economic and technological trends that will affect their companies so they can make profitable decisions. Gene owns and operates the Marks Group PC, a highly successful ten-person firm that provides technology and consulting services to small and medium sized businesses.  Prior to starting the Marks Group PC Gene, a Certified Public Accountant, spent nine years in the entrepreneurial services arm of the international consulting firm KPMG in Philadelphia where he was a Senior Manager.


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