Ingram's Magazine: February 2023

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We Did It! Again

It wasn’t just coming back from 10 points down at halftime. It wasn’t just coming back behind a quarterback playing with one good leg. It wasn’t just racking up 38 points against one of the best defenses in the NFL…more

2023 Heroes in Healthcare

At the Forefront of Regional Health The standard definition of a hero is someone admired for demonstrating courage. But there’s more to the definition: It also applies to someone admired for noble qualities. So it’s no misuse of the term…more

An Iron Law of Health Care

For years before the onset of the global pandemic in 2020, health-care administrators had been confronting—and clamoring about—a looming shortage of physicians and nurses.  In some ways, their concerns were no different that those of peers in construction, manufacturing and…more

2023 Icons of Education

More than a decade ago, college executives studying the demographic tea leaves saw a storm coming. The numbers of births in the U.S. had been declining for years; by the time 2020 arrived, the shifts would be seismic. Their worst…more

Shared Pain in the C-Suite and on Campus

It’s possible that the nation has seen a greater disconnect between employee hiring patterns and college enrollment—but hiring managers and university enrollment executives alike might be hard-pressed to tell you when that might have been. Even with interest rates rising,…more

What does the Secure 2.0 Act mean for retirement planning?

The Secure 2.0 Act was passed by Congress and signed by President Biden in the final days of 2022 as part of the 2023 Federal Omnibus Bill. Dozens of changes in the Secure 2.0 Act could affect retirement savings going…more

Adding the Right Employee Benefits

When you are looking for a competitive edge to improve recruiting and retention, it’s easy to be tempted by the latest shiny new benefits. Here are some tips for making sure your investment will have the impact you expect. 1.…more

A New Playing Field With Competitive Concerns

On Jan. 5, 2023, the Federal Trade Commission proposed a new rule that would prohibit employers nationwide from entering new non-compete agreements or maintaining existing agreements with employees and independent contractors.  Substantively, the proposed rule is quite expansive, covering both…more

Playing Defense Before a Downturn

The global economic forecast for 2023 talks about slowed growth at best and a recession at worst. Even with 2.6 percent growth in the U.S. GDP for Q3 2022, economists still believe slower growth is on the way, as the…more

Reading the Tea Leaves With the Fed

President Biden’s State of the Union earlier this month includ-ed the usual mix of calls for bipartisan cooperation and partisan finger-pointing. Specific policy recommendations getting the most attention called for quadrupling the 1 percent tax on corporate share buybacks and…more