Gary Kapanowski is proud to be an alumnus of both Michigan State University, where he completed graduate school, and of Michigan University in Ann Arbor. He finished the MSU graduate program in the top twenty percent of his class, making him eligible for membership in the Beta Gamma Sigma organization. Gary Kapanowski was honored to have become a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma organization, which recognizes students for excellence in approved university business programs all over the world.
It was through hard work, a commitment to academic excellence and dedication. Beta Gamma Sigma is an international academic honor society that searches for and recognizes business students’ commitment and dedication to academia and their work within the business community. It’s through his involvement with Beta Gamma Sigma that Gary Kapanowski was able to enjoy the highest caliber of academic and financial resources. This was invaluable to laying the foundation and helping him build a successful business career.
Gary Kapanowski has worked with various types of industries, but specialized in the following areas; Department of Defense, the Federal Aviation Administration, the Defense Advanced Research Agency. Gary Kapanowski provided all three industries with dedicated service and unmatched accounting expertise during his eleven year tenure. He is proud to have been an integral part of each particular industry, and has received many awards and earned the utmost respect from his colleagues. Gary Kapanowski’s hard work kept several important government agencies both compliant and operational.
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Gary Kapanowski was responsible for performing regulatory compliance auditing for several government agencies, which included the Federal Aviation Administration, the Department of Defense, the Defense Advanced Research Agency, the DCAA and ISO.
Gary Kapanowski provided all three industries with unmatched accounting expertise and dedicated service throughout his eleven year tenure. He is proud to have been such a key player within each particular industry, and has received many awards and is highly-respected by all of his colleagues.
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Gary Kapanowski is a seasoned financial specialist and accounting professional. He has over fifteen years of experience in accounting, which includes areas such as tax analysis, auditing, information systems and other aspects. Currently Gary Kapanowski is an employee of Moeller Manufacturing in Wixom, Michigan, and also teaches at the Lawrence Technological University Professional Development Center.
He received his degree in Accounting from the University of Michigan. Gary Kapanowski also teaches the Six Sigma and Balance Scorecard business model method at the Lawrence Technological University Professional Development Center.
Gary Kapanowski suggests to all of the Six Sigma employees that it’s best to find a dedicated mentor to help you along your journey. The consulting and technological duties of Green and Black Belts can be intimidating for those with White and Yellow Belts. Gary Kapanowski firmly feels that having a great mentor can make the process more exciting and less intimidating. Mentors can really help newly trained employees feel more secure in their abilities.
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Gary Kapanowski is a seasoned financial specialist and accounting professional. He has over fifteen years of experience in accounting, which includes areas such as tax analysis, auditing, information systems and other aspects. He works in an environment that is driven by meeting deadlines and excels in that type of environment.
Currently Gary Kapanowski is an employee of Moeller Manufacturing in Wixom, Michigan, and also teaches at the Lawrence Technological University Professional Development Center.
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For over fifteen years, Gary Kapanowski has applied his expert accounting services to help various professional organizations streamline their business. He continues to share his accounting knowledge to many professionals throughout the business community in Southeastern Michigan. He is an experienced accounting professional who has proven to be a valuable asset to the companies that he has provided service to.
Gary Kapanowski graduated from the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University, and is considered to be an accounting and financial specialist. He has helped numerous companies capitalize on many cross-functional accounting competencies, and meet monthly and annual organizational objectives.
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Many articles and reports are surfacing regarding the trends in 2015. I researched trends in the workforce to see what is new and changing in best practices. I was surprised that contrary to general news reports, 36% of employers are expecting to hire full time employees in 2015, up 12% from 2014.
This is contrary to many reports that employers are looking to reduce employee hours under full time employment and expecting to hire only part time employees. Below I list several other contrary to public option on hiring and working environments.
- Minimum wage increase: 45% of employers to increase wages, 83% increase above $2.
- Small business employment increase: 29% to add full time employees, up 22%.
- Stricter education requirements: more complex and data driven roles; 28% now hiring master than undergrad degree, 37% now hiring undergrad degrees than high school.
- Part time job increase: increase of 23%, up 6% from last year
- Elimination of cubical walls: more open space for improved communications.
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