Steve Reynolds drops into the show to talk about his return to Gibbons, art, avoiding Game of Thrones spoilers and his adventure in the Playboy Mansion.
Vinnie geeks out over the history of typography and Newark Trade with guest Robin Kantor as we talk about a Rocky Horror wedding, self-driving cars, The Simpsons and what you’d do if you won the lottery.
We invite one of our favorite guests, Laura Link of Archer Law, back to celebrate our 50th episode in style as we talk about office lottery pools, her adventures investigating #MeToo claims and the future of legal cannabis and the medical marijuana program in New Jersey… and what employers will and won’t have to do to comply.
Kim Cowperthwait of our events department returns to the show to tell us about some awesome networking opportunities coming up, her subscription box addiction and what Nickelodeon slime tastes like. As a bonus, pay attention for details about how you can get $50 off the Women Business Leaders Forum just for listening to our show!
Straight from the ball pit at Villani Bus, Courtney Villani talks to us about running a family business and being a working mom… simultaneously.
We visit the Million Dollar Food Guys who talk to us about poser, wannabe chefs, what it takes to make it in the restaurant game and the point at which you have to slow down and dedicate less time to your business.
Whitney Lewis of our marketing department drops in to talk about the awesome work she and her department are doing, daylight savings time and the feud between Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall.
We talk with Caryn Ross of SpectaBridge Solutions about the need for work/life/play balance and more adaptable GPS apps in our lives and complain about the way New Jersey is portrayed in television and movies.
OPB RETURNS!!! OK, we were only gone for the same amount of time as every other episode, but does that mean we’re not allowed to get excited about it?? Does that mean we can’t toss and turn all night on Tuesdays with anticipation for new episodes on Wednesday morning? (Because we do.) Anyway, today we’re joined by Brad Muniz of SobelCo to talk about tax returns, office etiquette and all-you-can-eat buffets as we struggle to name successful movies about accounting.
Kate and Vinnie learn from Emeka Oguh of PeopleJoy that there are only three guarantees in this world: death, taxes and student loan payments, but employers can at least help their employees with the third.