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Jack Williams

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6/26/2012 - What I'm For

My company is a division of Jackson Healthcare, the 4th largest healthcare staffing company in the United States.

What does it mean to work here?  To quote the great song "What I'm For," by Pat Green, You don't have to guess what I'm against, if you know what I'm for.

Posted by Jack Williams at 06:00

    6/21/12 - Texting While Motorcycling

    I was on I-85 going toward Charlotte a few weeks ago.  It was sunny and a blue sky day, not a ton of traffic.  Heading to a baseball tournament for my 16 year old son.  It was about 6pm on a Friday night.

    Ahead of us we saw a driver weaving all over the right hand lane.&nbs...

    Posted by Jack Williams at 05:00

      6/12/12 - Numbers

      I love baseball statistics.  I like knowing what Chipper Jones, the Atlanta Braves third baseman and future Hall of Famer, is hitting in day games on the road.  I like knowing his batting average with runners on second base and less than two outs.  I like knowing how many RBI's he ...

      Posted by Jack Williams at 14:14

        6/11/12 - Physicians Give Health Law a "D" Grade

        The following press release was made earlier today by our parent company, Jackson Healthcare. It follows an extensive study on physicians' attitudes toward the current Health Law (ACA). The survey of more than 2650 physicians gives the law a poor grade. One interesting fact: while all physicians ...

        Posted by Jack Williams at 14:55

          6/6/12 - How Much of Your Paycheck Do You Need?

          About a year after getting my first job out of college many years ago, I came into the office one day and was promptly asked to meet with the owner.  For some background information, it was a small consulting company in Atlanta, and I was just getting started in my career and had little prof...

          Posted by Jack Williams at 14:04