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I have been looking for articles and stats for my report on the Great Self-Unemployed and I have found two problems that are might be limiting the ability of the government to have stats on us. These have to do with subcontracting and what people do when they haven’t found a job in over 6 months. Read More
I wrote this in 2007 as part of the reason I was opening an informational service charity for people who were suddenly poor-New2Need. I really got into the stats for this report, because they were very had to ferret out. I also found only few scholarly works. Read More
I have just had my mind blown about building a blog article. In a class I am taking about native advertising (a topic for another day), I was shown a different way to think about how to write a blog article. I do some of this subconsciously, but now I have words for it. Read More
Fear–the true motivation behind idea killers–can ruin good ideas, plans, changes, suggestions, creativity. A lot of research has gone into the language of idea killers, but little into why these comments spring so easily to the tongue. Read More
Using social media and publishing content is a must for most businesses today. But publishing content simply for the sake of putting “stuff” out there can be worse than ineffective - it can be counter-productive. Read More
Whether you are a new business just starting out, or looking to improve your current small business payroll process, there are a variety of options to consider. In addition, there are also a variety of tools and resources available to help you in designing - or re-designing - your payroll process. Read More
Every business can benefit from an improved payroll management process. But knowing exactly what to change or implement can often be challenging. Just making random changes or simply installing new software is not the answer. Improve your payroll management one step at a time. Read More
One of the ongoing challenges of any business is keeping track of the time employees work. Proper record-keeping requires much more than simply writing down how many hours your employees work each day. A business must record sick time and overtime, nighttime differentials, commissions, and so on. Read More
Jobs are, simply, a necessity for seizing and maintaining the quality of life as many know it. We will go over ten of the most risky jobs, one of which may very well be your own; but first, let's talk about what risk management can do to help eliminate the riskiness of certain jobs. Read More
Employee classification is a potentially risky prospect. Incorrectly classifying employees as independent contractors can be incredibly costly for employers. In 2013 the IRS Inspector General issued a report saying that employers are still getting it wrong. Read More

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