Hiring & Labor

From W-2’s to W9’s and what you need to know when hiring those who will support your business.

7 Ways To Reward Your Employees

7 Ways To Reward Your Employees

It’s November, which means it’s the month of giving thanks! When you run a business, so much of its success is owed to your team of employees. But writing a check to show appreciation for all your employees can be impersonal and financially irresponsible. Here are...

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Going Big – Scaring Business Owners Out of Success

Going Big – Scaring Business Owners Out of Success

When a good family friend considered expanding his business out of Scottsdale, Arizona to Mesa, Arizona, he imagined his clientele expanding and his money growing. Unfortunately, his investment in office space in Mesa ended up failing - he was unable to attract...

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Getting Family Involved In Your Business

Getting Family Involved In Your Business

Entrepreneurship can be a tricky business (pun intended), especially when you’re trying to balance work and your family life. Many entrepreneurs lean on their families as a lifeline - family members fill positions in the company and even provide short-term...

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Entrepreneurs Now Outnumber Full-time Employees In U.S.

Entrepreneurs Now Outnumber Full-time Employees In U.S.

Entrepreneurs in the U.S. are a force to be reckoned with. The spirit of entrepreneurship has always been the backbone of America, and now we’ve got numbers to prove it.  In 2014, the IRS reported that over 91,102,788 individuals receive non-employee...

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5 Ways Hiring Students Benefit Your Company

5 Ways Hiring Students Benefit Your Company

I can’t tell you how frustrating it was my senior year of my undergraduate and everywhere I looked, companies were looking for someone with 5-7 years of professional experience. It felt like there was no middle ground between entry-level jobs for high...

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How To: Interview Students

How To: Interview Students

Students often face a struggle getting a job in their field of study, especially when their experience is limited. So when you’re trying to interview someone with limited experience, how do you gauge what kind of candidate they might be? Asking the right...

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5 Things You Should Never Expect From Experts

Image credit: Thomas Barwick | Getty Images Reader Resource Apply now to be an Entrepreneur 360™ company. Let us tell the world your success story. Get Started » Domain experts have typically spent countless hours building their expertise, content, an audience and...

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Fair Labor Standards Act and Regulations

Fair Labor Standards Act and Regulations

The United Sates Department of Labor (DOL) provides great resources for understanding “fair labor standards”. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Advisor provides employers and employees with the information they need to understand Federal minimum wage, overtime,...

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California Entrepreneurs Impacted by Minimum Wage Increase

California Entrepreneurs Impacted by Minimum Wage Increase

Increasing minimum wage has been a hot topic as of late. Shouldn’t employees be able to make a livable wage? It seems like the answer would be simple, but there’s a little more to think about than just whether or not people should make more money. What does increasing...

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