Author Ira S Wolfe Releases Special Free Edition of His ‘Perfect Labor Storm’ Book to Celebrate National Small Business Week

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To celebrate Small Business Week, Ira S Wolfe announced he will make available his acclaimed Perfect Labor Storm 2.0 book available for free from May 21 to May 31.

Small businesses are the heroes of economic recovery.

Ira S Wolfe, author and president of Success Performance Solutions, announced the release of his popular Perfect Labor Storm 2.0 book as a free download to celebrate National Small Business Week.

“There are 27.3 million small businesses,” says Wolfe. “These entrepreneurs and small business owners deserve to be honored. They are the heroes of economic recovery. My book is just a small token of appreciation.”

Wolfe has been speaking about the coming war for talent since the late 1990s. “Job creation was on steroids and experts predicted an overabundance of jobs and not enough workers. While I didn’t predict the collapse of job creation,” continues Wolfe, “I’ve being warning about a critical shortage of skilled workers.” The Perfect Labor Storm 2.0 book reveals how a combination of economic, demographic, and technologic changes is creating a seismic shift in the way employers must recruit, select, and retain workers. “Small business is America’s economic backbone and employing half of the American private sector work force.”

Of the 3,325,000 private sector jobs created in the 3 months of 2012 per the ADP National Employment Report, 95.0% of all new jobs were produced by small businesses with less than 500 employees. Wolfe also reports that these 27 million small businesses pay 43% of total US private payroll and generate half of America’s GDP.

Wolfe is the keynote speaker on May 23 at the Dallas (TX) Regional Chamber's Executive Women's Roundtable. His topic is "The Prefect Labor Storm: Unprecedented Challenges, Practical Solutions."

To receive a free digital copy of The Perfect Labor Storm 2.0, interested parties can visit For media interviews on workforce and hiring trends, contact Ira Wolfe directly at 800-803-4303 or

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