An ‘Ounce of Prevention’ Is a Good Rule to Follow – Even With Recession Fears
Opinion: a workplace safety expert offers tips for preventing injuries and saving expenses
Despite the rarity of pandemics, businesses have always had to deal with some degree of uncertainty. Here are 10 tips for navigating shifts in the political, economic, environmental and technological landscape.
Dilemma of the Month: Is the Customer Really Always Right?
The customer is not always right — and is sometimes profoundly wrong. Evil HR Lady presents the moral and legal obligations employers have to their employees if a customer harasses them.
Dilemma of the Month: I Fire Bad Employees. Why Do I Have to Pay for Their Unemployment Benefits?
For an employer tired of paying for the unemployment benefits of “bad employees” they let go, Evil HR Lady prescribes getting to the root of the termination problem.
Language Access Opens a World of New Opportunities
Increasing language access for clients and staff can expand your customer base and build trust with a diverse workforce
While it may be easier to think of the world as English speaking only, there are many relationships (and bottom lines) that can be improved through increased language access.
Is Your Website Compliant?
Here’s how businesses can comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act on the web, too
Business owners must ensure their websites are in compliance with
the American Disabilities Act, as laws around accessibility
are increasingly enforced. From video captions to sufficient
color contrast, here’s how to comply with the
latest online requirements.
Is It Time for a Tax Plan?
A proposed capital gains hike could impact family businesses in transition, especially those without a strategy.
Three COVID-19-Related Laws to Know
Several 2021 laws focus on issues related to COVID-19.
New Law for Leaves
Employers need to adjust for expansion of family leave opportunities in California
Here’s what employers need to know about the new law that
took effect Jan. 1.
If Voters Raise Taxes on Corporate Landlords, Will Small Biz Foot the Bill?
If Prop. 15 passes, any commercial or industrial property owner with more than $3 million of California real estate would have to pay taxes based on the current market value of the property, rather than the original purchase price.
When a Right Click Is Wrong
How to avoid creative copyright infringement in your promotion and presentations
There are options for adding creative appeal to your work without stealing.