Posts tagged with "employers"



Business · October 08, 2019
As an employer, it is critical that you understand and comply with state and federal laws pertaining to hiring applicants to avoid legal consequences. Ban the box precludes you from including questions about criminal history on the initial employment application to prevent applicants from being automatically eliminated from consideration in the screening process. Read here to know what and what's not required for this law.
Business · May 04, 2018
GDPR is the reason why you are receiving emails for privacy policy updates from companies all of sudden. Why are all companies updating their privacy policies to comply with the EU law? The reason is simple, and makes complete sense since most companies have international customers. Even though you might not be living in the EU, their laws certainly impact your business. Read here what GDPR actually is and why you should be aware of the changes happening outside of the United States.
Business · April 27, 2018
Taking a break from your business will not only help your business and employees, it will also help you mentally, physically, and/or spiritually. While it can be hard to leave your business that requires your daily attention, taking a break will benefit it in many ways. A retreat will help your employees gain great learning opportunities and helping you discover business ideas as well as connect with other entrepreneurs.
Business · April 20, 2018
You might think your corporation and limited liability company (LLC) will protect your personal assets, that may not be the case if you aren’t careful in the way you’re running your business or handling finances. There are several circumstances that can lead you to be personally liable for corporate or LLC debt. Here are some things to consider if are thinking of incorporating or already own a corporation or LLC.
Business · April 13, 2018
One of the commonly made mistake for most new business owners is not having a solid legal foundation. To make sure your startup is protected, you must have a set of key legal agreements in place. These agreements will help you and your company stay strong through unforeseen situations and circumstances. Read what those 4 core legal documents are.
Business · April 06, 2018
With the changes in the tax laws, it is very important that you are taking full advantage or are aware of the ways these changes can impact your business. Here are the major changes in the tax laws that can affect your business, be sure you understand them and are using them to help your business. You also want to be aware of the changes so your business is not being negatively impacted.
Business · April 06, 2018
If you want your company to succeed, you will first need to make sure your employees are happy and healthy. By offering your employees simple benefits such as access to gym and healthier eating options, their productivity will increase significantly. As you do your best to make sure your employees are doing well, your employees in return will make sure they are doing their best for the company. Here are some ways to motivate your employees.
Business · March 30, 2018
Intellectual property (IP) gives your company most of its value, which is often underestimated by business owners. Protecting your IP assets should be top priority so that your business is not at risk. There are a lot of assumptions made about IP, which can cause your business problems if not taken care of the right way. Check out these myths and make sure you are not following them.
Business · March 23, 2018
If you want to help pay for your adult child's college tuition, you can do so and deduct it as a business expense. It will continue to be harder to pay for college with costs guaranteed to rise over time, but you may find a little relief after discovering how to properly maximize your tax benefits and help your children or grandchildren at the same time. Here's some information to get you started, along with a checklist to make sure your adult child is eligible. 
Business · March 16, 2018
Protecting client data is not only good practice but also a legal requirement. To make your clients feel safe and in good hands, it is your responsibility to keep every piece of information, from names and addresses to Social Security, secure in every way. It can be easy to think you are protected just through your computer security system, but read these tips to find out the many other steps you should consider taking in order to protect your sensitive client data.

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