Understanding Employee Classifications III: Relationship

The laws governing employment status are changing, as more American workers take up independent contracting as a side hustle or survive the downturn in the economy. Employers who accidentally or deliberately misclassify their workers as independent contractors but who meet all the criteria the IRS sets for full-time employees are likely to be on the […]

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Understanding Employee Classifications II: Financial Control

Under the letter of the law, the lines between employees and independent contractors have started to blur a bit. New lawsuits are coming down in favor of 1099 contractors who say their employers are working them in ways that are very much the same as a full-time worker. Companies are watching these rulings closely to […]

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Are You Measuring Your Back-Office Productivity?

Workplace productivity should always be top of mind for any successful organization. The most successful firms find a way to track worker productivity and its direct impact on the bottom line. Consistently, the companies that fail to produce also fail to have a yardstick in place for their workers to reach. Here are some important […]

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#1 Strategy to Recession Proof Your Business

It’s just math; companies with recurring revenue models are able to scale their businesses more quickly. However, during a downturn in the economy, many companies struggle with this model as clients cut back on services or customers stop buying. One thing is clear though, even during a recession, there is work to be done. Employers are just less likely […]

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Make Remote Hiring Easier With an EOR

There have always been complexities in hiring. Ever-changing federal, state, and local regulations have kept HR teams on their toes for years. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has introduced a new layer of complexity centering on our remote workforce. With 42% of the labor force now remote, the state boundaries that once confined us are gone. Remote work […]

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