I wrote a post for my startup, Weeve Enterprise Solutions, about the issue with current employee engagement solutions in the world of healthcare. I thought I would share it here as a good way to restart posting on this medium. If you enjoy, please visit us at weeve-enterprise.com for more information and reach out to … Continue reading Does Healthcare Care?
If you haven't heard, Special Counsel Robert Mueller revealed an indictment against Paul Manafort and his buddy, Richard Gates. Manafort is being indicted for the time before and during when he was then-candidate Trump's campaign chairman last summer. If that wasn't enough, George Papadopoulos, who use to be a foreign policy adviser to the Trump … Continue reading Investigation Mini-Boss
No one really expects Facebook to do the right thing anymore. Every other day we hear about potential privacy violations, such as the mounting anecdotal claims that Facebook might be listening to you at all times in order to pick up keywords so it can better advertise to your needs, read here. But in the … Continue reading Facebook Ads
It feels like Amazon is in the news every other week for a purchase they made, a new kind of store they developed, or as is the case today, a new technology they created. Enter Amazon Key: I was just speaking to a friend about one of the very issues that Amazon Key hopes to … Continue reading Amazon GateKeeper
It seems that consumers just can't win anymore in America. I already wrote about the FCC trying to kill net neutrality, and how ISP duopolies are trying to kill municipal competition through local governments - both things that if kept alive would be great for protecting consumers against the reigns of big industry players. And now, Americans … Continue reading Another One
Day 13 - October 14th On Thursday night, the Trump administration immediately stopped supporting the cost-sharing subsidies that the Obama administration started to reimburse insurance companies for reducing the deductibles and co-pays of low-income ACA (Obamacare) participants. What this means is that by law, insurance companies are required to offer reduced deductibles and co-pays to … Continue reading ACA in Action
Day 10 - October 11th Let's talk income. When you are just out of college, never having seen an actual paycheck in your life, and with no idea of what you are worth, it is easy to take the first job that throws a decent number at you. After all, we are constantly hearing in … Continue reading Real Take-Home Income