Jobbing Archive: March, 2010

The India Way

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It strikes Wharton management professor Jitendra Singh as ironic that most of India’s top executives were trained in management schools... Read more

Free to speak

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If Temple University Hospital’s 1,500 nurses and allied health professionals go on strike tomorrow, one issue will be management’s... Read more

Snyder's twist on health care

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One question I have about health care in the new world is whether employers will get out of the insurance business and cast their employees'... Read more

Questions for young adults

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Well, it looks like today's the day for the health care overhaul to pass. I've gotten two emails/calls today so far from people concerned about... Read more

Garden variety insurance

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Isn't it fascinating that 30 states already have some form of provision for insuring young adults? You can see what I wrote about it in today's... Read more

Bye bye benefits

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Here's my question: What will happen to employer-provided health benefits? I'm wondering if the penalties will simply encourage companies to... Read more

From nurses to purses

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Big day for labor news in Philadelphia today. Richard Trumka, the former Pennsylvania coal miner and Villanova law school grad, who heads the... Read more

Taxi travails

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The economics of cab driving are fascinating. Yesterday I talked to Ronald Blount and Steve Chervenka, two longtime Philadelphia cabbies, about... Read more