Avoiding A Misclass

Are you misclassifying your workers? Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, a worker is entitled to minimum wage and overtime pay protections. The Wage and Hour Division is responsible for determining whether an employee has been misclassified as an independent contractor and has been denied critical benefits and labor standards protections. Employees also need to […]

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To Loom Or To Zoom

Over the past couple of years, Zoom has become a standard for conducting business meetings and other types of synchronous communications. So much so, that the word meeting and Zoom have become interchangeable. It has become so easy to schedule a meeting, invite attendees and conduct a Zoom meeting that it has actually become over-used. […]

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From DIY to D&I

Of the many shifts in the workforce lately, we have moved from a culture of independent and/or siloed working environments to that of universal collaboration. To have successful team collaboration, diversity and inclusion (D&I) are a must. Diversity in the workplace used to be an uncomfortable thing for most. Working with someone with a different […]

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Time to Engage

Employee engagement is the direct result of the emotional commitment they have to their work, the team’s goals, and the company’s mission. Employee engagement is not to be confused with happiness or satisfaction. Often times it’s their “why”. As a business owner or manager you must acknowledge the purpose of your employees. If you show […]

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WFO, WFH, WFA…WTF?

With so many companies realizing that brick and mortar offices are becoming less of a norm, how does one contend with the complexities of a hybrid workplace? Pre-COVID people mostly worked in the office and employees generally liked the office culture, events, collaboration and sharing of ideas and information, however, there were challenges with office […]

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