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Hiring Independent Contractors: What all parties need to know

The use of independent contractors, versus permanent hires across America continues to grow. Like any new business practice, there are new regulations and requirements that need to be adhered to when entering this type of employer/worker relationship. Unlike the more traditional employer/employee relationship, when you hire an independent contractor bothRead More

3 Essentials to Protecting Your Self-Employment Status

The workforce is changing and for many, self-employment is becoming the new normal. While self-employment opportunities continue to expand, new regulations are rolling out to further define what constitutes a self-employed person versus and employee in a business-to-business working relationship. This includes freelancers, consultants, IT professionals and other types ofRead More

Top 10 HR Issues Small Business Owners Should Track

Small business owners possess several advantages in the U.S. business climate, including their ability to more quickly and easily change human resource practices and policies. This is important because as technology changes and the government rolls out new regulations, businesses need to adapt quickly. The smaller, simpler structure of smallRead More