Transcript: Partnership Presentation A legal form of business operation between two or more individuals who share management, profits, and ownership. Each partner contributes to all aspects of the business, including money, property, labor or skill. What is a Partnership? The liability of the partners for the debts of the business is unlimited Each partner is ‘jointly and severally’ liable for the partnership’s debts; that is, each partner is liable for their share of the partnership debts as well as being liable for all the debts There is a risk of disagreements and friction among partners and management Each partner is an agent of the partnership and is liable for actions by other partners If partners join or leave, you will probably have to value all the partnership assets and this can be costly. By : Valerie Mejia, Elizabeth Mobley, Adrian Serrano Some Examples of a Partnership Advantages of Partnership Business In a general partnership, the partners manage the company and assume responsibility for the partnership's debts and other obligations. A limited partnership has both general and limited partners. The general partners own and operate the business and assume liability for the partnership, while the limited partners serve as investors only; they have no control over the company and are not subject to the same liabilities as the general partners. Disadvantages of a Partnership
Transcript: SonoBello Partnership Presentation May 16th, 2017 Will Spong, Sr. Vice President Elise Thorpe, Vice President Kimberly Manck, Vice President Business minded. Community focused Lovitt & Touché provides our clients with the resources of a national house and the prompt personalized attention of a local Arizona brokerage. We’re the largest independently- owned agency in the Southwest, with 200 experienced insurance professionals to serve you. Your Benefits Team The employer’s Dilemma Benefits Budgeting Pressure & Volatility Diminished Employee Purchasing Power Employee Benefits & Compensation Expectations Increasing Complexity & Compliance Costs Statutory Plan Cost & Design Constraints Mar.17 Saint Patrick's Day Why are these the only choices every year? How We Can Help: Your Personalized Blueprint Understand you and your employees Understand the situation today Assess your needs now and in the future Understand your goals for the future Design a strategic plan integrating new healthcare regulations Benchmark your progress Continue the cycle Develop a 3-5 year Strategic Benefits Plan Beacon: Compliance Empowerment to Make Well-Informed Decisions Access to L&T’s General Counsel, Maggie Osborn – Employment Law et al Support for State and Federal Compliance Online tools: Compliance Dashboard, HR Community Comprehensive resources your team has access to perform in-depth research Monitor changes and communicate them Alert you when the risks are high Reduce your legal exposure We drive the compliance process for you! Connections: Improve Engagement & Satisfaction Develop Benefits Communications to Attract and Retain a Productive Workforce Communicate enrollment options: Print, Video, Webinars, Presentations Open Enrollment support OE Benefit Guide Simplified “Benefits at a Glance” Payroll stuffers, posters, video, webinars Ongoing Communication to Improve Benefit Literacy “How to Save on Health Care” “How to Register and Use Online Consumer & Wellness Resources” “Cost of ER vs. UR vs. Minute Clinic” Viewpoint: Reporting & Data Analytics What information do you want to see? Timely Reporting Financial and Utilization Experience Monthly, Quarterly, Annually Strategically utilized Deep Dive Data Mining Integrated with plan goals Integrated with wellness initiatives Integrated with communication campaign Your Claims Advocate - Maureen Wigham Assistance with employee claim challenges Incorrect Provider billing Balance billing Provider research All claims tracked in database by client, carrier, and nature for future planning Saved employees over $300K in 2014,over $750k in 2015 and over $650k in 2016! HR Support: Claims Advocate Direct employee claims issues to us! HR Support: Training & Seminars Newsletters on HR and Benefits L&T Learning Academy One to two per month Topics vary: Wellness, Workers Compensation, OSHA, etc. Quarterly HR Wellness Roundtable Face-to-Face training Healthcare Reform: What does it mean to us? Alternative Funding Arrangements Consumerism: Understand HRAs and HSAs Wellness: How to Get Started? Online Resources MyWave HR360 Compliance Dashboard Transparency Tools Reference Based Pricing TeleMedicine – MeMD, Healthiest You, etc. Dependent & Claims Audits Chronic Condition/Disease Management Analysis Creating a Culture of Well-Being Defined Contribution Approach – Partner vs. Parent ClearPath Prime, L&T’s Private Exchange Offers choice, manages budget – Win-Win! Benefit Trends and Cost Containment Healthcare Reform updates, interpretation & direction – especially with potential changes Pre-renewal Strategy Sessions Renewal Negotiations, Marketing, Program/Carrier Implementation support Open Enrollment coordination and Communications Day-to-Day Servicing Vendor Management, Benefit Administration Support 5500 Filings, SPD, Handbook and Contract Review Education on Marketplace Trends Benchmarking Evaluating HRIS Systems Other ??? HR Support The key is personalization through technology and service Recommendations based on individual needs and complex scenario analysis Lovitt & Touche Private ExchangeWhat Is An Exchange? The ClearPath Prime “Gift Card” The ClearPath Prime “Gift Card” On a virtual “gift card”, the employer provides a set amount of money to each employee for the purchase of benefits Can be different amount by tier (EE, ES, EC & FAM) Able to split into multiple “gift cards” one for medical benefits and one or two for ancillary benefits On medical “gift card’ all employees receive the same amount of money The money on the ancillary “gift card” can be different for different groups of employees (Executive, Administrative, Supervisors, Staff….) within certain compliance parameters Taxation, Discrimination & ERISA The ancillary gift card is for the purchase of all benefits other than medical Why Is Choice So Important? Health & Demographics Individuals have different medical needs requiring different types of coverage Financial Status People have different levels of income and savings to cover
Transcript: Community Engagement/Outreach Core Researcher Tonya To engage in community-based outreach activities that raise awareness of health disparities and to encourage community members to participate in disparity-elimination research. Monthly training provided in: Community Assessments Grant Writing Communications Plan Annual grants Health education and community outreach Community Partner Nancy Community Involvement *Source: CDC.gov Develop Community Outreach and Health Education Activities Knowledge of: Community Strengths Resources Influential Organizations Historical Influences Local Health Concerns We will focus on topics that are of concern to you and your community We will work equitably to provide health education and outreach efforts in the community Health Disparity: A difference in health that is closely linked with social or economic disadvantage. Perks of Partnership The Path Ahead... Formation of Partnerships Impacts on the Community Bulloch Candler Evans Emanuel Interpret Findings Knowledge of: Theory Research Methods Experience Sara Hawkins, MPH Community Engagement Coordinator Rural Health Research Institute Georgia Southern University What the partnership looks like: Map Community Assets Community Assessment Engaged-Counties Distribute Findings Increased community awareness surrounding health disparities Increased capacity to make healthy decisions in rural communities Translation of research to health promotion activities in the community Increased community involvement in evidence-based community-based research First....What is a Health Disparity? Goal of Community Engagement Core
Transcript: Red Clay Dance Company 2019 January 18,2019 Thank You! Dance4Peace La Femme Intro 2019 La Femme La Femme dfiknoniknfinkinfnfneinikfniennfinenekn knf f La Femme La Femme La Femme Name: Jasmine Williams State NamelINDSAY renea Benton: State: Name: State: Name: State: Name: State: Name: Marceia Scruggs S State: 2019 Choreographers Art of Resilience 2.0 Art of Resilience 2.0 Art of Resilence 2.0 Roundhouse Rotunda Roundhouse Rotunda Words Words Words Words Words Words Roundhouse Rotunda Roundhouse Rotunda Roundhouse Rotunda Dance4Peace Red Clay Dance We look forward to a Great year!
Transcript: At market prices in Uganda, sanitary materials would cost about one tenth of an average household income each month (Kirk and Sommer 2006). The Red Elephant's Three Core Tenets Empower the local population with new skills and the realization that they have the power to effect positive change This ongoing process culminates in the ability of women to recognize their worth, value, and ultimately their right to live with dignity for every week and day of the month The ongoing community dialogue will help bring this silent issue into the forefront. The more that menstruation is talked about, the better that it will be understood, and the greater chance there is of chipping away at the barriers that women face during and as a result of menstruation. Engage In some rural areas, menstruating females resort to using: cotton wool, cloths (including socks), tampons, tissue paper, pages torn from school exercise books, pieces of sponge torn from mattresses, old rags, leaves, cow dung, sawdust/sand, newspaper, a hole on the ground to sit on for the whole period Use of unsanitary materials leads to: Pelvic infections, Skin irritations, Disruptions to their education, Decision to drop out of school entirely. These are further exacerbated by: Stigma Powerlessness Lack of Sanitation We have developed a program that can be adapted to many different settings, with different populations and norms, to address the barriers that women face during and as a result of menstruation. These programs will be funded by us and taught to other organizations with functioning and thriving projects ‘on the ground’ in locations around the world. This program centers around the creation of simple reusable sanitary pads, and the establishment of a public dialogue that aims to decrease the stigma associated with menstruation that is so prevalent in many societies. The pads will be made of locally sourced materials wherever possible, they will be made by the local population, they will benefit women in the area by providing for a need, and they will benefit those involved in the simple production process as serving as a means to generate an income. The program that we have developed aims to engage the local population, educate them on how to produce the pads, and empower them through recognizing their value as human beings and their right to live with dignity – for every week and day of the month. Empower Educate the local population about the effects of menstruation and how to produce the pads Reusable sanitary-pad making is a simple endeavor Partner organizations are encouraged to work with existing community groups (women’s clubs, sewing cooperatives, etc.) Partner organizations will host workshops with these stakeholders The Red Elephant will provide pattern templates, instructions (which will need to be translated into the local language), and pictorial instructions, among other things Materials will be sourced locally The Red Elephant's mandate is to “empower women in low-resource settings by removing and/or overcoming the barriers that they face during, and as a result of, menstruation by establishing and supporting projects that seek to positively impact the local population” About one in ten school-age African girls does not attend school during menstruation (Kirk and Sommer 2006). The Red Elephant will: Support Ainembabazi Children's Project through the provision of our program model details, which they can then endeavor to implement in the host communities within which they work Review, on a monthly basis, any Project Proposals that are received Draft Project Contracts for approved Project Proposals Dispense the funds agreed upon in the Project Contract to Ainembabazi Children's Project for the purpose of implementing The Red Elephant’s program model Assist in the modification of our program model, when necessary, to allow Ainembabazi Children's Project to successfully implement our program model in the host communities within which they work Provide ongoing support to Ainembabazi Children's Project in regards to the implementation of The Red Elephant’s program model Ainembabazi Children's Project will: Submit an accurate Project Proposal for each individual project that they seek to undertake Adhere to each individual Project Contract that has been signed by both The Red Elephant and Ainembabazi Children's Project Modify and/or adapt The Red Elephant’s program model as necessary to allow for different settings, populations, and norms in order to adequately address the barriers that women face during and as a result of menstruation Jointly, both parties will: Remain committed to achieving their mission to empower women in low-resource settings by removing and/or overcoming the barriers that they face during, and as a result of, menstruation Endeavor to engage the local population, educate them on how to produce the re-usable sanitary pads, and empower them through recognizing their value as human beings and their right to live with
Transcript: Employees: Brent Heil: Head of the Publicity Committee The equipment used for the Student Credit Union Customers: "I think it's a wonderful opportunity for students to get first-hand experience with the banking systems. I wish we would have had something like this when I was in high school." - Lizzei Crews, Junior at Kutztown University Involving the School Offered job opportunities to all students Held a design contest in Sayre's art classes Students are able to start accounts at the credit union Planning the Partnership Student employees begin their orientation Blog update on the "Redskin Report" Forms of Publicity Assistance Received From the Business Representatives Gain first-hand experience Provide a convenient service Increase membership Help students financially "I think it's a good idea because it'll teach kids how to save money, and how to be responsible." - Kassandra Rae, Senior at Sayre High School Kelsey Young: Head of the Organizing Committee What Did Sayre FBLA Members Do? Members of Sayre's FBLA Chapter Organized the facility for the Student Credit Union Created/chose the official logo Set up the safes and computers Job Application example Sole Purpose: Teamwork Business Involvement Personal Skills Create an agenda/ time table Get necessary equipment Computers Safes Counters Interview, hire, and train the employees Met with their committees Got employees Became employees Earned the Student Credit Union Publicity Managed all necessary notes/documents Above is the winning logo design. School announcements Occasional speeches Articles in the school paper Flyers hung around the school Frequent blog updates Will not feel rushed Have money at the school if they need it Learn how to manage themselves financially Become responsible Employee Requirements Example of the flyers used Andy Moliski: Head of the Advertising Committee Planning The Partnership: Knowledge Gained From the Partnership Publicity committee: Responsible for publishing articles and announcements regarding the Credit Union. Recruitment Committee: In charge of recruiting new student employees for the Partnership. Advertising Committee: Had to choose the logo for the Student Credit Union, design the layout of the room and make advertisements to obtain customers. Organizing Committee: Needed to keep track of all significant documents to make sure each job was being completed. Article published in the school newspaper Chief Executive Officer Michael Viselli Complete a job application Partake in an interview Attend training every Wednesday after school The ability to work with business professionals Effective communication How to compromise How to be responsible Effective recruitment techniques Effective organization skills The ability to focus Our Focus: Effectiveness of The Student Credit Union Proof of The Partnership's Effectiveness After the Student Credit Union Pictured above are the student employees of the Credit Union "It is well enough that people of our nation do not understand our banking system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning." -American Industrialist, Henry Ford Before the Student Credit Union Above are two of Ingersoll-Rand's business representatives who worked with the Student Employees The Student Credit Union employees in uniform Continually develop their skills Make themselves marketable to future employers Gain first-hand experience Built the credit union's counters Set-up the safes and computers Interviewed student applicants Hired the employees Trained the Students Supervised the Student Credit Union while it is in service Implementing The Partnership: Establishing the Committees Austin Willis: Head of the Recruitment Committee Student Credit Union employee, Taylor Nichols, poses after seeing the Credit Union
Transcript: Singer Equipment Comany Fred Singer, President & CEO Partnership Meeting Introduction Introduction Market Leading Distributor Market Leading Distributor Background Founded in 1918 Family Owned & Operated Sixth Largest in the Country Two-Time Dealer of the Year Relationship Driven Background Business by Revenue Line Business by Revenue Line Locations Locations Key Differentiators Key Differentiators Experience Releveant Client Experience Here Managed Services Highly Demanding Complex Customers Experience Reputation Two-Time Dealer of The Year Recognized Industry Leaders Longevity of Customer Relationships Reputation Scale National Presence Infrastructure Purchasing Power Capital Structure Scalability Scale National Capabilities Completed projects in 43 of the 50 states and Washington, DC including International coverage in Mexico, Canada & Caribbean National Capabilities Distribtion Distribution Services Physical 10 offices throughout the Mid Atlantic 4 distribution centers -- 360,000 sq. ft. Team 45 Distribution Sales Representatives 32 Customer Service Representatives 9 Inside Sales Representatives Full National Account Team Transportation 63 Company Trucks 8 trucks in NYC every day Service to DC/Baltimore 4 times a week Dedicated equipment delivery trucks Inventory Stock of 12,000+ items Over $12 million in inventory Several quality levels per category Ability to match the right product for the right application Strong relationships with manufacturers Inventory Private Fleet 63 Company Trucks Professionally trained uniformed drivers Inside delivery Powered tailgates on all trucks GPS tracking on all vehicles Routing software (Roadshow) 8 trucks in NYC every day Dedicated equipment delivery trucks Private Fleet Warehouse Operations Available from all major manufacturers Special orders are placed same day Order tracking provided Warehouse Operations Dedicated Sales Team Dedicated Sales Team Design-Build Design-Build Team Based Model Teams are Market Focused Teams Have Dedicated Resources Design CAD Project Management Estimating Administration Provide Consistent Experience for Clients Contract Infrastructure Physical Contract Infrastructure 10 offices throughout the Mid-Atlantic Team 25 Contract Sales Representatives 25 Project Managers 16 Estimators 15 CAD National Capabilities Completed projects in 43 of the 50 states and Washington, DC including International coverage in Mexico, Canada & Caribbean National Capabilities Foodservice Design 8 teams Perform Foodservice Design Interior Design Department Lead designer has extensive managed services experience All FF&E Millwork design & finishes Renderings Each Team Has Broad Resources CAD Estimators Over 140 projects designed in house in 2016 Value of the projects range from $175K - $2.2M Foodservice Design Value Engineering & Procurement Millwork and Fabrication Priced Through Approved Suppliers Singer is part of NexGen – largest equipment buying group Strong Capabilities in Equipment Procurement Consolidation Through Owned and 3rd Party Warehouses Value Engineering & Procurement Installation & Post Installation Field Project Managers Supervise Sites Strong experience in challenging urban environments Strong experience in large projects Installation Crews both Company Teams and 3rd Party Union and Non-union Service Managed and Tracked by Dedicated Reps Start-ups Coordinated through Inside Support Installation & Post Installation Project Management Dedicated project management team Highly responsive Deep foodservice experience Proactive Processes Create Successful Outcomes & Controls Costs Careful review of specifications & architectural drawings Cloud based document management avoids drawing confusion Pre-inspection of equipment prior to shipping to location Rough-in layout using templates Project Management Next Steps Next Steps COMPLETED PROJECT STATS STATISTIC 1 STATISTIC 2 STATISTIC 3 NUMBER 1 NUMBER 2 CUSTOMER SATISFACTION CUSTOMER SATISFACTION CHART CHART
Transcript: Rachel Jackson ITE Partnerships Liverpool John Moores University 2017-18 What existing partnerships have achieved Celebrate Wins Celebrate Wins In. I want to focus upon the four ways I believe this magazine could be a powerful vehicle for this celebration. So, basically, a platform to celebrate ’wins’ and give those involved in partnerships a well-deserved pat on the back Small-scale research projects conducted by student teachers Primary maths and PE specialisms Showcase Achievements Showcase Achievements not just to self-congratulate but to showcase these achievements to others; highlight how ITE can be interconnected, contrary to popular belief; and to encourage others to get involved in the initial and continuing education that LJMU and its partners offer Insert your own text here. Talk about something related to your second topic or just put some placeholder text here. Collaborations with universities and education providers in Sweden, Poland, Greece and Singapore Highlight Interconnectivity School Direct partners in Merseyside and Cheshire play a part in designing the ITE curriculum. ‘evidence of involvement in the ITE partnership of schools, colleges and/or other settings in challenging socio-economic circumstances and those judged as requires improvement’ Ranked 4th in the UK’s post-92 universities for education-related research Highlight Interconnectivity Emphasise the ‘joined-up’ approach Chartered College of Teaching Children and Young People's Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference ‘evidence of involvement in the ITE partnership of schools, colleges and/or other settings in challenging socio-economic circumstances' Promote future partnerships Encourage Others Encourage Others What I’d like to present to you today is how I see the proposed magazine, or e-zine, taking pride of place on a teacher’s desk, as a celebration of partnership in ITE. JMU and its partners offer. PGDE gives 120 M-level credits Appeal to STEM graduates Technology Sustainability Social justice Inclusion
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