July 18, 2007

Experts Offer Advice on Small Business Healthcare

On Tuesday, July 24, at the Neeley School of Business, policy and HR experts will deliver an in-depth seminar on "The Bottom Line Series: The impact of healthcare management and other HR issues on small and medium-sized businesses." The event is free and open to the public. It is sponsored by The Alternative Board of Greater Fort Worth and Odyssey OneSource. 

With skyrocketing healthcare costs and a shrinking talent pool, it is difficult for small and medium-sized businesses to compete with large organizations for talent.  Keeping a pulse on the trends in HR and healthcare is critical to gaining an edge.  Industry experts will help employers, business owners, entrepreneurs and Neeley MBA students gain a better understanding of emerging HR trends across the nation. Attendees will leave with the foresight needed to make informed decisions and compete for the best talent in the marketplace.

DATE:
Tuesday, July 24, 2007
TIME:
8:30 a.m. - Noon
PLACE: Neeley School of Business at TCU
Smith Hall, Room 104
2900 Lubbock St., Fort Worth, 76109

SPEAKERS:

Devon Herrick, Senior Fellow, National Center for Policy Analysis.  
Topic: Trends in U.S. healthcare management and its impact on employers


Dave Rettig, Director of Corporate Development, Odyssey OneSource.
Topic: Trends in administrative outsourcing for small business
COST: Free. Seating is limited
SPONSORS:    Neeley School of Business, Alternative Board of Greater Fort Worth, 
Odyssey OneSource
RSVP: To attend, contact Ed Riefenstahl, 817-257-5668 or e.riefenstahl@tcu.edu .


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MEDIA CONTACT:
Elaine Cole
Public Relations Manager
Neeley School of Business at TCU
817-257-5724
e.cole@tcu.edu