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Worker Classification Investigations Gain Momentum

Currently, one of the fastest growing areas of litigation, including class action suits, is in the proper classification of workers as either employees or Independent Contractors. The dictionary defines an Independent Contractor as: a person who contracts to do work for another person according to his or her own processes and methods; the contractor is … Continue reading

Computing Through the Cloud

Most likely you have heard the computing buzz word “cloud” more than once. Most people think of the cloud as their favorite website where they store their documents. However, the term refers to a computing model, and this article outlines its benefits and its different levels of service. In general, the term “cloud computing” refers … Continue reading

Navigating the Applicant Jungle

Every business owner or manager has been faced with the dilemma of needing to hire a new employee. The process alone might fill one with dread, as it can be quite daunting at times to figure out where to place the job ad, screen the resumes/applications submitted, narrow down the pool of qualified candidates and … Continue reading

Put Your Job to Work for You – Purchasing Power

One of the advantages of a large company is the ability to offer your employees programs and benefits that they would be unable to access on their own. It’s no secret that a larger group of people is able to negotiate better deals, due to their collective buying power. Sometimes, though, you need more than … Continue reading

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