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As an employer, it is important to know the difference between when a worker is considered an employee and when they are considered an independent contractor. There are tax implications for both types of workers, and it is important that … Continue reading

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As an employer, you rely on the hard, consistent work of your employees. If they show up late, skip out on work early, or frequently miss work days, your business shoulders the financial setback. In order to protect your business, … Continue reading

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As people spend more and more time on social media, it becomes easier to track their lives and gain a rough understanding of who they are. Companies know this, and social media sites sell data about each and every one … Continue reading

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Many qualified employees have certain accommodations to assist them at work. It is the employer’s responsibility to listen to their employees and consider the specific needs, and it is the employer’s duty to provide an accommodation when it is reasonable … Continue reading

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A well-thought-out employee handbook accomplishes much more than being a simple introduction to the company for a new employee. An employee handbook outlines expectations that the employer has for the employees, sets guidelines for managers, provides legal protection for the … Continue reading

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