At every stage of employment -- from placing job advertisements to conducting interviews -- you must comply with federal, state and even local anti-discrimination laws. Let’s take a closer look at what your applications can and can’t cover to ensure fairness and airtight legal compliance.
In the rush to get your employee up and running, don’t overlook the mandatory federal and state record-keeping requirements that apply to new hires. Here’s a handy to-do list.
As a freelancer, you may have heard that forming an LLC provides liability protection. While this is true, it is not an impenetrable shield.
16 Steps to Starting a Business While Working Full Time — STEP 8: Business Licenses, Taxes and Insurance
In step 8 of the “16 Steps to Starting a Business While Working Full Time” eBook, we will cover business licenses, taxes and insurance.
This article aims to help entrepreneurs better understand the intent and importance of a business purpose.
In step 6 of the “16 Steps to Starting a Business While Working Full Time” eBook, learn how to stay on your current employer’s good side, and know the rules.
On December 1, 2016, federal overtime regulations take effect, greatly expanding the number of employees potentially eligible to receive overtime pay when the Department of Labor’s (DOL) regulations raise the salary threshold for the executive, administrative and professional white collar exemptions from overtime.
Understanding the purpose of your board and the roles for directors and officer will help you effectively hit the ground running after incorporation.