Posted May 21 2015 7:17 PM by
The best healthcare is patient centered. That concept is easy to verbalize but difficult to put into practice. "Integrating the Principles of Patient-Centered Care" and turning those words into deeds was the focus of the recent Healthcare Leaders of New York panel discussion, hosted by New York Medical College (NYMC) in Hawthorne, N.Y.
Posted May 6 2015 2:59 PM by
Indianapolis is looking to lure manufacturers back downtown. Why? The answer is simple: Manufacturers will find more of the technically skilled workers they are looking for in the city than in rural areas.
Posted Apr 8 2015 6:52 PM by
Taxpayers typically know that they can deduct home mortgage interest payments on their tax returns. But there are limits and rules to be followed. For example, only "qualified resident interest" can be deducted, which means:
Posted Mar 31 2015 12:00 PM by
Gary Murray, general manager of Sanderling Resort in North Carolina, joins us to discuss an article he published, "Five Easy Ways to Make Your Restaurant More Profitable."
Posted Mar 30 2015 12:00 PM by
Lacey Armstrong knows a thing or two about pedigree. The ambitious California native is more than Katz, Sapper & Miller’s learning and development manager. She is an accomplished equestrian. Lacey spends her weekdays providing leadership development support to KSM’s employees. She devotes her weekends to her nine-year-old horse, Kenny.
Posted Mar 27 2015 6:16 PM by
Katz, Sapper & Miller and McLeod Software have launched our second annual Trucking Operations Performance Benchmarking Survey. This initiative seeks to break new ground in giving truckload carriers the opportunity to measure the real performance of their operations against their peers.
Posted Mar 18 2015 7:35 PM by
The steady rise of the U.S. dollar has been the source of much conversation in the past few months. The reason for the increased value is twofold: domestic growth and an economic decline abroad. Last year, the United States added three million new jobs, fuel prices declined sharply and the United States produced more oil within its borders than ever before. During that same period, Europe and Japan saw declines in currency values and slowed economic growth.
Posted Mar 11 2015 8:11 PM by
The primary bottleneck in manufacturing today is not production. It’s the lack of a qualified workforce. In a recent article published Manufacturing.net, the gravity of the skills gap situation – and what manufacturers need to do to remediate it – is brought to light.
Posted Mar 5 2015 4:52 PM by
Katz, Sapper & Miller (KSM) has been recognized as a member of the Truckload Carriers Association’s (TCA) Ambassador Club for its 25 years of membership. KSM is the only certified public accounting firm to receive this distinction, demonstrating the firm's commitment to serving the trucking industry.
Posted Feb 23 2015 9:29 PM by
The third industrial revolution is here, and some say it is taking over the global economy. What exactly does this mean for manufacturers? To truly understand the impact of the third industrial revolution, it is important to consider the significant contributions of the prior industrial revolutions. The first Industrial Revolution focused on replacing human labor with automated processes. These concepts then progressed into the second industrial revolution, which perfected the automated assembly line process to produce mass quantities of identical products. Now, new Internet-based technologies are shifting the focus of manufacturers in a third direction that is creating new product mixes and services.