Cincinnati Financial Planning Firm Predicts Top Five Human Resource Issues of 2008

Healthcare, Immigration to Top Capital Concept’s List of Predicted HR Issues of 2008.

Cincinnati, OH, December 15, 2007 --( Capital Concepts Predicts Top Five HR Issues of 2008:

While business owners begin to wrap up end of the year marketing executions and tax deductions, they should keep in mind the importance of looking for trends in every facet of business management. Capital Concepts managing director Angie Strunk predicts human resources to be an especially hot topic of debate in 2008.

Strunk regards the top five Human Resource issues of 2008 to be immigration, healthcare and new 401 K rules, followed by flex time and telecommuting, and military spouses eligible for unemployment compensation.

“These five issues will by far be the most time consuming for human resource and business managers in the upcoming year,” Strunk said. “It’s important to be thoroughly prepared in order to address these issues should they arise, and HR professionals should count on these topics to be prevalent in 2008.”

To learn more about the top five human resource issues of 2008, or to schedule a one-on-one consultation with Angie, please contact (513) 367-1793.

About Capital Concepts

With offices in West Chester and Harrison, Ohio, Capital Concepts is a privately owned financial planning and advising firm that specializes in wealth management, insurance services, business accounting, internet business consulting, and tax return preparation. More information can be accessed by calling (513) 367-1793. New website coming soon.

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