Articles by author: Beth McIlrath

What Growth in the Temporary Health Insurance Market Means for Providers

 A recent study indicates that temporary health insurance plans will become growingly popular throughout the next several years. ExpertInsuranceReviews.com health insurance expert Read more

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Behind WorkJam's Mission to Improve Retention and Training in Retail
Behind WorkJam’s Mission to Improve Retention and Training in Retail
September 27, 2022
  Steve Kramer, CEO at WorkJam, is a twenty-year veteran in e-commerce. His specialty is finding the gaps in how organizations manage their frontlines. He founded WorkJam in 2014 as a digital Read more
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M&A Healthcare Advisors to Premiere Podcast Episode Live September 28th
September 27, 2022
On Wednesday, September 28th at 11 am CT, M&A Healthcare Advisors will host a live premiere of its second M&A Healthcare Insights podcast. The broadcast will feature hosts Mark Thomas and Andre Ulloa and Read more
Hire Education: A Commitment to Talent, a C-Suite Conversation
September 27, 2022
In the Catapult Solutions Group podcast, “Hire Education,” host Daniel Litwin talked with the company’s CEO, Patrick Burke, and its CFO, Alex Anderson, about the creation of the company and how Read more
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How Online Learning Went Mainstream
August 30, 2019
The Growing Prevalence of Online Education One out of three higher education students takes at least one course online. About one in six students enroll entirely in online courses to earn their Read more
Why IT Professionals are Flocking to VMWorld this Week
August 28, 2019
Considered the industry’s premier digital infrastructure event, VMworld 2019 continues this week until Aug. 29. The event will welcome 21,000 attendees, including more than 700 sessions, and Read more
The Cost of Cord Cutting: How Cable Providers Plan to Adapt
August 14, 2019
Since the mid-1900s, cable television has been one of the main sources of entertainment for the masses. By 2012, 93 percent of homes in the United States had access to cable. In the past few Read more
What CarePass From CVS Signals to the Market
August 12, 2019
In the 1970s, the Veterans Administration (now called the VA) mailed prescription medications to regional customers. This was actually far ahead of the curve. It was not until the 1990s that Read more
Open For Business: But at What Cost?
March 20, 2019
In the age of the internet, starting a business can be as simple as hosting a free website and marketing services or goods through social media sites. Starting a retail business where customers Read more
Why All Eyes in Building Management Are On San Antonio This Week
February 6, 2019
Most people spend their days indoors in commercial settings. Professionals in building management work to make these settings safe, efficient, healthy, and functional. With job positions ranging Read more
75,000 Fans, 100 Million Viewers and One Huge Responsibility: Security at the Super Bowl
February 1, 2019
While most of the focus of Super Bowl LIII is on the game itself and the fan experience, it is also important to think about what goes on behind the scenes. In a world of hyper-security and Read more
Will Super Bowl LIII Be Super for Retailers and Its Host City?
January 31, 2019
A blend of myth and fact, the Super Bowl Stock Market Predictor suggests that the stock market will rise or fall depending on the conference affiliation of the winning team (American Football Read more
How Can We Solve The Cybersecurity Crisis?
January 29, 2019
As increasing numbers of services and businesses leverage the web and IoT, there are more opportunities for cybercrime. For instance, in the past five years most banks have created apps to give Read more