Keep Your Remote Team Connected

By |2022-06-16T02:46:56-05:00April 15th, 2022|Blog, Business Law, Business Structure, Employment Law, Estate Planning, Hiring Practices, Small Business, Tips|

Working remotely has become the norm as we have been navigating the COVID-19 pandemic. While some employees are returning to the office as restrictions are lifting, others consider working remotely to be their new norm. If you are managing a remote team, you may be finding it's difficult to connect as the in person interactions [...]

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Goodbye is Never Easy… 6 Must Know Tips for Firing an Employee

By |2021-01-28T21:10:00-06:00August 11th, 2016|Blog, Business Law, Compensation, Hiring Practices|

We’ve all been there. Whether you’re a business owner or a manager of a business, firing an employee can be tough. Follow the following six tips to make it easier for everyone to break-up the relationship and reduce the risk of wrongful termination or unfair treatment claims. Tip 1: Before firing an employee Give them [...]

EMPLOYEE VS. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR – TEN TIPS FOR BUSINESS OWNERS

By |2021-01-28T20:57:42-06:00May 1st, 2011|Blog, Tips|

If you are a small business owner, whether you hire people as independent contractors or as employees will impact how much taxes you pay and the amount of taxes you withhold from their paychecks. Additionally, it will affect how much additional cost your business must bear, what documents and information they must provide to you, and what [...]

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