Protecting Your Business with Contracts
This free online business workshop will help you: identify when your company needs to use a contract, what to look for when reading a contract, and explore common business contracts used.
I recently purchased a children’s daycare center. The previous owner did not treat the staff well, and my top priority is to correct that situation. How do you suggest I accomplish that?
In this Greatland
webinar, USA TODAY columnist and host of TheSelfEmployed.com
, Steve Strauss will examine some of the most important changes coming down the pike next year.
Managing a business - and keeping track of numerous employment laws - is a major challenge in today's sea of regulations. According to the report, "Small Business Problems & Priorities", compiled by the National Federation of Independent Businesses Research Foundation., the federal government alone proposes approximately 150 new rules every year that cost business owners over $100 million per rule in compliance costs. To successfully navigate the currents of law, employers need to be alert to the laws and regulations specifically related to their businesses. Learn more in this e-guide, sponsored by Paychex.
Keeping tabs on frequent changes in employment laws can be time-consuming and confusing for business owners. While managing the multiple priorities of running a business, employers must also make sure that they are meeting applicable federal and state agency requirements. Every year, the federal government alone proposes approximately 150 new rules that cost business owners over $100 million per rule in compliance costs. To avoid violations, employers must be alert to changes pertaining to laws and regulations related to their businesses.
State and Local Resources
Web Site Resources in the state and local area that you may find useful for Small Business...
When I was in college, I spent one summer interning at a very successful insurance and financial planning brokerage. After getting a tour of the company, which spanned two entire floors in Midtown, I met the general agent (essentially the CEO and owner of the firm). I said to him, “Wow. You have a lot of people working for you.” He said, “No Rob. I work for them.” While I took his statement with an appropriate grain of salt, it really stuck with me.
As CEOs, a big part of our responsibility is to make sure that our employees have the right resources to get the job done.
Job growth has been gaining in the private sector for 39 consecutive months. How is that growth is happening? SCORE and Zipcar have put together this infographic to explain exactly how employment and hiring have grown after the recession. Learn how and why businesses are filling new jobs. Find out where companies are looking for quality candidates. Learn the role social media is playing during the hiring process.
Download the 2013 Small Business Employment and Hiring infographic now!
SCORE's CEO, Kenneth R. Yancey, gives advice for maintaining motivation and focus in your home office.
Running your small business from home has many benefits—from saving money to saving time to never having to wear a suit and tie. But for many entrepreneurs, working from home also leads to some serious motivational challenges. With everything from the refrigerator to the TV to your next-door neighbors tempting you to goof off, how can you get motivated and focus on your business? Try these tips.
How to become and stay compliant with ever-changing labor laws & regulations
Managing a business keeps you busy enough. How can you also stay up to date with ever-changing labor laws and regulations? View this free workshop, presented by Paychex, where you will learn to assess your level of HR compliance within your organization.
Specifically, this workshop will cover: