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The National Center for the Middle Market ensures the vital middle market receives the attention it deserves. The Center provides a voice and point-of-view for this critical yet understudied segment of the economy, driving national dialogue about its importance and impact. Help the Center shape it's 2014 Research Agenda by taking this 30 second survey!
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March 19, 2014
Webinar 2-3PM EST
This unique webinar gathers together generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) experts across GE, Deloitte and The Ohio State University to provide a customized mid-market overview of the most recent and significant changes in GAAP. The featured experts will highlight how these GAAP changes can impact your mid-market company, particularly in the areas of leasing and insurance. Register Now.
March 20, 2014
at 11:30 am
Hosted by Greater Houston Partnership, The National Center for the Middle Market will be conducting a Middle Market CEO Panel Discussion. Join us for lunch as we discuss the latest findings of our quarterly middle market indicator report. Registration coming soon.
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Even if you love your job, you can still get burned out. That's the message from executive coach Martia Nelson, author of Coming Home: The Return to True Self. It's not the heavy workload per se. "Rather, the long work hours strip away the time required for family commitments, relaxation and rejuvenation, or a social life," she says. "The resulting stress and depletion from that imbalance do the real damage."Read More >
The government's Small Business Administration (SBA) calculates the cost of federal regulations on business every five years. In its 2010 report, it estimated that the regulatory compliance cost to businesses with 20 to 499 employees was $7,454 per employee per year. For companies with 500 or more employees, it was $7,755. The total cost for all businesses was $1.75 trillion.Read More >