|November 10, 2011|
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According to the 2011 Otis Report on the Creative Economy of the Los Angeles Region, total creative industry employment in Los Angeles County during 2015 will be 313,900 direct jobs, up by 4.3% or 13,100 jobs, from 2010.
ACE has created a new practice designed to meet the needs of multinational companies that are based or operating in Continental European countries. The new unit will be led by Rémy Massol, who has been appointed Multinational Director for Continental Europe. Massol will report to Joseph Clabby, Regional President, ACE Continental Europe, and will be based in Paris, where he will work closely with several parts of the organisation to develop and deploy ACE’s multinational capabilities in the region.
ACOM Solutions Inc., Sage Gold Development Partner, launched EZeCabinet, a Sage-Integrated Document Management Solution for under $11,000 to their Sage Partners and End-users. The addition of EZeCabinet to ACOM’s solution line-up adds to the success of their Sage-Integrated EZCM Enterprise Document Management Suite; expanding their market reach to now include Sage ERP systems of every size. Feature-packed EZeCabinet sets a new standard of success for ACOM, building upon their strategic focus in developing affordable, Sage-integrated document management solutions to meet the needs of ERP users at any level.
Saba, a premier People Cloud provider, will be unveiling the details of a new, innovative project with the Management Innovation eXchange (MIX) at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Santa Clara, CA on November 14–17, 2011. The details of this new initiative will be announced during the keynote panel, “Inventing Management 2.0: Lessons From the Fringe” featuring Polly LaBarre, co-founder and editorial director of the MIX, from 4:30–6:00 p.m. on the opening day of Enterprise 2.0, November 14, 2011.
Survey Says . . .
New Surveys Reveal Consumers Taking Charge of their Healthcare Costs with Health Savings Accounts
According to research from Xerox companies ACS and Buck Consultants, both employers and account holders find cost saving benefits in HSAs
Employers and consumers alike are adopting Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) as a viable way to manage their health care costs without compromising care, according to two national surveys.
“This year’s survey results reveal an interesting phenomenon — HSAs are doing more than just saving consumers and employers money. They are prompting a shift in behavior that is helping employees make better decisions about their own health care”
The “2011 Employer and Account Holder Surveys,” commissioned by ACS, A Xerox Company (NYSE: XRX), and conducted by Buck Consultants, show a majority of small employers (77 percent) believe that High Deductible Health Plans (HDHP) with an HSA are key in controlling health care costs. Additionally, more than half (56 percent) of account holders have found that their HSA-qualified plan provides an affordable health care option. (more information)
Joy Global Inc. Launches New Financial Acumen Training
New blended training course shows how employees can make a positive impact on company financial performance
Joy Global Inc., a leader in high-productivity mining equipment, has launched a new training course that aims to reduce costs and increase profitability by educating employees on key financial measures, and the practical steps that each employee can take to optimize the company’s performance. (read more)
Allen Communication Learning Services is pleased to be the winners of three 2011 Davey Awards, announced recently by the International Academy of the Visual Arts. The Davey Awards honor the finest creative work from the best small firms, agencies and companies worldwide.
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