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.

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


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 .


Elaine Cole
Public Relations Manager
Neeley School of Business at TCU