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Compliancy issues for small business employment laws in US

As a small business owner, it is important that you know key compliancy issues for small business employment laws in the US as highlighted here below. Discrimination against workers The US Employment Law clearly warns employers against discrimination against workers, particularly those belonging to a protected area. Most small businesses in the US usually face the problem of unlawful discrimination,…

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Maternity leave as a right for employees

By law, you are entitled for ordinary maternity leave as a pregnant employee. The typical maternity leave as prescribed by the employment law should be of 26 weeks. Your right as an employee Any employee who has worked for her employer for a continuous term of not less than 12 months is entitled to getting an extra maternity leave. In…

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What kind of business are you?

Would you hammer a screw? It might work, but there is a tool for every task and it’s no different with forming your first business. Choosing the proper tool for the task can be the deciding factor between failure and success as the manner in which you form your business will tell you how you will conduct your affairs, various…

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I don’t feel like it

If you’ve ever put something off because you didn’t feel like it and were afraid of not getting a good or perfect result then you should watch this video. Yes he talks about college, but this applies to managing a start-up as well. See you soon, Rich

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Self-Restraint and Sense

The best executive is one who has sense enough to pick good people to do what he wants done, and self-restraint enough to keep from meddling with them while they do it. -Theodore Roosevelt If you have employees make sure you don’t micromanage them, they will be more motivated and you have more time to work on other things. See…

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Meetings

I’m sure you’ve heard about the 2 Pizza Rule if you didn’t yet This means that it’s better to hold several meetings with a small group than one with a lot of people, even if it’s more comfortable for you. See you soon, Rich

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