Mike York has over thirty years of experience in working with customers in the areas of consulting, project management and workforce solutions. He has created and launched new services and initiatives, consulted with small companies and provided training for entrepreneurs. Questions included for discussion: What are the differences between a W-2 employee and a 1099 contractor, Who decides if I made the right decision, and What bad things can happen if I made the wrong classification?
Currently York is Vice President of sales and recruiting for Alliance of Professionals and Consultants, a Native American staffing and consulting company. He is a graduate of Murray State University and a graduate of Villanova University’s Strategic Leadership Institute. York is also the author of Reset: Finding God, finding yourself and finding employment and conducts workshops under the same name. As a speaker, he has spoken at numerous events about subjects including emerging technology, the implications of the aging workforce, relentless market trends and responsible leadership.
NCER hosts a series of Roundtables focused on topical issues facing Managers of small and medium sized businesses today. The Roundtables will provide a small forum moderated format to network, exchange ideas, and share best practices.
“NCER is introducing this monthly morning roundtable series to expand our event schedule to a different day part to meet the needs of busy executives, said Welsh. “The format was designed to bring members and guests into a more intimate workshop setting.
For more information or to register for the event, visit http://www.ncer1.org/
Upcoming Best Practices Roundtables
Product/Service Profitability – Tom Welsh, March 25, 2014
Do You Own Your Customers? – Lawrence Lytle, April 29, 2014
About North Carolina Executive Roundtable (NCER):
North Carolina Executive Roundtable is the premier professional association of highly capable senior executives who are sought after by business and industry for their unparalleled expertise and recognized for their contributions to the greater community. For a senior executive in a small-to-midsize business, NCER is a nonprofit professional association that provides a forum for building trusted relationships among members which fosters a culture where peers discuss and explore business ideas and challenges in an open, receptive environment. For more information, visit http://www.ncer1.org.