Dustin McKissen is the founder and CEO of McKissen + Company, a strategy, marketing, and public relations firm based in St. Charles, Missouri. The firm does consulting work analyzing how politics effects the business climate for clients in the U.S., Europe, and Latin America. He was named one of LinkedIn's "Top Voices" in 2015 and 2016. He holds a Bachelors degree in Public Policy, and a Masters degree in Public Administration and is currently pursuing a PhD in Organizational and Industrial Psychology.
Neither a tax cut nor a minimum wage increase will help a middle-aged, middle-class worker whose skill set has been permanently replaced.
Human beings are not wrenches, and that's the simple lesson today's employers need to learn about loyalty, says Dustin McKissen.
There are more Fortune 500 CEOS with MBAs from Harvard than from Wharton, Stanford and European business school INSEAD combined.
There's a bias among the pundits who pose this question of blue-collar conservatives but not liberals, says Dustin McKissen.
How Carl Icahn and other business "experts" destroyed good jobs and crushed a community that depended on them, says Dustin McKissen.
Here's how Elon Musk’s Neuralink could end up hurting average Americans, says Dustin McKissen.
This group is the lifeblood of the economy and the GOP health bill is leaving it cold, says Dustin McKissen.
Dustin McKissen lays out the striking similarities between Trump's Russia hacking scandal and Watergate.
These are the strange things anger is doing for the Democrats right now, says marketing strategist Dustin McKissen.
Trump's plan to declare the opioid crisis a national emergency could crush drug industry profits, says Jake Novak.
President Trump should resist the solar industry's request for more protection from competitors, say the Cato Institute's David Boaz.
Tax cuts are always popular, but tax reform is much harder, says National Review's David L. Bahnsen.