Category Archives: Small Business

Love and Employee Engagement

ilovemyjob

Love is in the air today. But how do you make it last? I’m not talking about romance. I’m referring to your company and the relationship you have with your employees. Are you feeling the l

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Minimum Wage Changes

moneywitharrow

News flash: there will be changes to the minimum wage in 2017. Minimum wage is going up. I know. You’re shocked. Changes Effective December 31, 2016 The State of New York will see the following

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Hire a Contractor or an Employee?

Hire a Contractor or an Employee?

A Small Business Owner’s Guide: Hire a Contractor or an Employee? | Part Two   Hire a Contractor or an Employee? Mistaking an employee for a contractor could cause you to have to reimb

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New Overtime Rule Delayed

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Remember that proposed overtime salary number: $47,476.00? Remember the date it was to take effect: December 1, 2016? Never mind. The proposed new overtime rule has been delayed six months. What happe

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Hiring Your First Employee

Hiring Your First Employee

A Small Business Owner’s Guide: The Complete Process of Hiring and Retaining Employees | Part One   Hiring Your First Employee Getting an Employer Identification Number As a small busines

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You’re Fired!

decisions

You’re fired! Those two words may be most famously associated with the current Republican presidential nominee. But let’s go down a different (although not necessarily higher) road. Or str

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$47,476.00

time.moneyscale

$47,476.00 Remember that number. When December 1, 2016, rolls around, it will become very important. Why is $47,476.00 important? By now you may have heard that the new overtime exemption guidelines h

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