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Ask the Experts on StartupNation Radio: Greg Packer Talks About Building a Great Team

On this week’s episode of StartupNation Radio, Jeff Sloan speaks with Greg Packer of AccessPoint about building the best team for your business..
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Tune in to the StartupNation Radio show with Greg Packer below:

Greg, president of AccessPoint, a business that provides human resource services. He is StartupNation’s human resources expert.

During the episode, Greg talks about: 

  • How important benefits extend beyond salary.
  • Building a robust relationship with insurance carriers.
  • The impact of the pandemic on finding the best employees.

For more information about AccessPoint, visit the official website, and follow on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

Tune in to the full StartupNation Radio show with Packer, Kapnick Insurance Group’s Michael Spath and Digital Resource’s Shay Berman:

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