Monthly Archives: July 2014

What Happened Yesterday in Federal Courts on the ACA? Depends Upon Who You Ask

July 23, 2014 Yesterday was either an earth shattering day in federal court for the Affordable Care Act, or it was a day that didn’t mean much at all. Which of these two visions gets the most attention depends upon … Continue reading

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Why Does An Association Need a Crisis Communications Plan?

July 10, 2014 At some point, and it happens in all associations at one time or another, the leadership will receive a phone call from the media about something that has either just happened or is about to happen – … Continue reading

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Why Do Your Members Buy Benefits That Employees Don’t Like?

July 18, 2014 85% of employees believe that their current benefits are not adequate to take care of their families, this according to a recently released Aflac survey reported in Employee Benefit Advisor on July 16th. Said another way, only … Continue reading

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Making Your Association Safe for Change

July 14, 2014 History tells us, or at least the story has it, that Henry Ford was once asked if his prospective customers were asked anything about the Model T before it went into production. Ford’s supposed response went something … Continue reading

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What Happened Under the ACA Just As You Were Getting Away for the 4th?

July 7, 2014 Just as most of America was getting ready to enjoy the 4th of July holiday, Washington was issuing 1,296 new pages of regulations concerning the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. In fact, the release of the … Continue reading

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