In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court ruled that online retailers can be required to collect sales taxes in states where they have no physical presence.
A state-by-state look at the current status of state minimum wage rates.
It is important–and sometimes, required by law–to set up and manage personnel and employee files. Here is a helpful checklist of what to include.
As your company grows, it becomes increasingly important to have an employee manual.
Hiring an entrepreneurial employee is one of the best things you can do for your bottom line.
Nearly one-third of an employee’s compensation can be in the form of benefits. Here are some they value most.
The tried and true types of interview questions for job candidates.
Here are questions that will get small business job candidates to talk about themselves.
Some questions need to address the issue that is often uncomfortable for both employer and job candidate to discuss: money.
In addition to the victimization of the employee, harrassment cases can destroy a small business.
Past behavior in a specific situation is a better predictor of future behavior than questions about a hypothetical future situation.
Brainteaser and oddball interview questions can sometime reveal the creative or critical-thinking skills of the job candidate.
Help for starting the hiring process and to ensure you are compliant with key federal and state regulations.
32 percent of U.S. workers say they are reluctant to use all of their paid vacation days, claiming they are pressured not to take time off.
It is difficult for humans to memorize unique passwords for the 150+ accounts the average person has so they reuse or slightly modify them, which is a dangerous practice.
After failing to repeal the Affordable Care Act, the Trump administration has sought regulatory actions to loosen ACA requirements to lower premiums for individuals and small businesses.
If everyone else is doing something one way, there’s a good chance you can find your niche by going in exactly the opposite direction.
The BLS research excludes millions of people who do gig work as moonlighters or as a second job.
To help address the state’s rapidly shrinking tax base, Vermont is attempting a new spin on the conventional industrial planning approach