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Wellness Programs And Increased Earnings

Wellness Programs And Increased Earnings
       With health care costs soaring (rapidly approaching 20% of the nations GDP) and businesses seeking ways to become more profitable, every CEO is desirous of lowering health care costs, pharmaceutical claims and short and long-term disability claims.  There are numerous strategies to lower health care costs ranging from the unpopular reduction in coverage amounts to asking employees to pay… read more →

The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Deal Makers

The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Deal Makers
“What you are shouts so loudly in my ears I can’t hear what you say” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson~ The sale or leveraged recapitalization of your business will likely represent the single most important financial and business decision of your lifetime.  Choosing the right advisors to represent you is second only to choosing the right private equity firm as your partner.… read more →

MCM Seeks To Invest In The Medical Device Market

MCM Seeks To Invest In The Medical Device Market
Our investment interest in the medical device market is predicated upon several macro-economic drivers including device innovation, favorable demographics, and hospital austerity.  Researcher’s believe these key factors will drive the global medical device market to over $300 billion this year.  Analysts presage a $312 billion medical device market in 2011 and forecast roughly 4-6% growth for the next few years.  Over… read more →

Variable Compensation-What Works and Why – Part II

Variable Compensation-What Works and Why – Part II
Part II – Incentive Based Compensation Incentive programs are one of the few business strategies in which cost can be based on actual performance and paid out after the desired results have been realized.  The right incentive program can motivate ordinary people to do extraordinary things and help reduce turnover, boost morale and loyalty, improve employee wellness, and increase retention. The… read more →

Variable Compensation-What Works and Why – Part I

Variable Compensation-What Works and Why – Part I
Before we start on “what to do”, let’s talk about “why we do it”.  Variable compensation can be used for any combination of the following reasons: Align employee financial return with company financial performance; Encourage specific patterns of behavior among employees; Share the “fixed cost risk” of compensation between employee and employer. For the purposes of a blog, let’s separate variable… read more →
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