CEO of the NJEDA Addresses Small Business Relief in New Jersey, on State of Affairs
Steve Adubato welcomes Tim Sullivan, CEO, New Jersey Economic Development Authority, to address small business relief, the childcare crisis, and the evolution of office jobs.
Rowan-Virtua: Building the health care workforce of the future
As New Jersey hospitals face rising staff vacancies, a shortage of primary care physicians and unprecedented demands for health care, one South Jersey health system and a public research university have developed an entirely new approach to building a highly trained, diverse workforce.
A new treatment to relieve chronic back pain
Holy Name Medical Center is one of the first in the region to offer Intracept® – a minimally invasive, outpatient procedure which targets a nerve located in the bones of the spine. This innovation provides relief for patients with chronic low back pain who are not candidates for major spinal surgery.
Online Banking and Financial Literacy Tips, on One-on-One
Chris Craver, SVP, Head of Digital Products, Valley Bank, analyzes advancements in digital banking and the ways we can be providing financial literacy training to younger generations.
Looking for a Health Insurance Plan? Keep These Tips in Mind
Are you looking to change your current health insurance plan? Selecting a health plan for the first time? Finding one that best fits your needs can be time-consuming. Start by considering factors such as cost, accessibility, plan type and structure to make the selection process easier. Following are some tips.
Think Tank Examines the Future of Higher Education in New Jersey
Steve Adubato welcomes a distinguished panel of leaders to examine higher education’s post-pandemic recovery and the challenges and opportunities created by COVID-19.
Governor Murphy discusses Losing New Jersey Residents to States Like Florida, on State of Affairs
Emmy® Award-winning Anchor Steve Adubato sat down with New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy for a half-hour special on State of Affairs with Steve Adubato. The governor discusses such issues as affordability, property taxes and the migrant crisis, in which Murphy told Adubato of his deep concern over Florida Governor Rick DeSantis sending migrants to northern states. “Steve Adubato in Conversatio[...]
Adapting Controls in Today’s Disruptive Market
Global supply chain and workforce challenges led to many businesses creating procedural shortcuts and compromising on segregation of duties and other internal controls. In this environment, there is a significantly higher risk of fraud and operational missteps. Learn the pitfalls and best practices to avoid them:
State of Affairs Examines How the NJEDA is Improving Child Care Facilities
Steve Adubato is joined by Tara Colton, Executive VP, Economic Security, NJEDA, to highlight their new pilot program designed to improve child care facilities, and how they are helping underdeveloped communities.
One-on-One Looks at the Ways COVID-19 has Impacted the Nursing Profession
Steve Adubato sits down with Kathleen Neville, Ph.D., R.N., FAAN, Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Research at the Seton Hall University College of Nursing, to examine how COVID-19 affected nurses, nursing education, and the opioid epidemic.
Think Tank Takes a Hard Look at The Child Care Crisis Within Latinx Communities
Steve Adubato is joined by Peter Rosario, President & Executive Officer of La Casa de Don Pero, to examine the childcare crisis and how their organization is helping to fight for the rights of Latinx people within the Newark community.
The Future is Now
The Future is Now, and the warnings are blinking red. Poor energy policy decisions are having disastrous results all over Europe and the latest issue in London should serve as a warning to every NJ resident.