Special Post-Election Briefing Features an In-Depth Look at 2012 Election Results
Distinguished Panelists Will Discuss Direction of the Economy and the Impact on Employers
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Oct. 31, 2012 - PRLog -- AAIM Employers Association, the region’s leading provider of employer-related business solutions, is pleased to name the panelists for a special post-election briefing to be held, Wednesday, November 14, 2012. The event will be held from 7:30 – 9:30 a.m. at the Frontenac Hilton and will cost $40 for AAIM members and $50 per non-member. A hot breakfast will be provided.
The panelists will include Missouri Speaker of the House and Attorney at DosterUllom, Tim Jones; Tony Messenger, Editorial Page Editor of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and David Minton, CEO of Heartland Bank. “We will be asking this great group of panelists some important and timely questions about the election results and to help interpret how the electorate views the direction of the economy and the impact on employers,” said Philip Brandt, CEO and President of AAIM Employers’ Group.
The moderators of the discussion will be John Hancock and Mike Kelley, commonly referred to as Hancock & Kelley from KMOX Radio 1120 AM. They will lead the discussion which will air the opinions from three perspectives and provide AAIM members and guests with a substantive discussion of business related issues, including the future of the healthcare reform act, predicted hiring patters and current and future regulations on business.
About AAIM Employers’ Association Founded in 1898, AAIM Employers’ Association is an association of over 1,600 employers throughout Missouri and Illinois. AAIM EA assists its large membership with significant challenges in human resource management by providing cutting-edge resources which help its members manage their people and processes. AAIM partners with company leadership and management in human resources by providing: topical research and information, technical guidance, training and HR consulting and pre-employment services. For more information, visit www.aaimea.org or call 314-968-3600.