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Testifying before Congress, Court or a Deposition | Tips To Consider When Giving Your Testimony

Testifying before Congress, Court or a Deposition Testifying before Congress, in Court or in a deposition is something many people do not celebrate. I read some recent articles about Martin Shkreli, former CEO of Valeant,  and his recent testimony before Congress. Regardless of the issues surrounding Valeant and its corporate leadership, giving your testimony requires planning and preparation. It has been a pleasure to work with clients in order to help …Read More

Hiring for Culture of the Company | What You Need to Know Before Your Next Hire

Tips on Hiring For Culture Protection There is no secret about the importance of hiring for company culture.  Every business has a culture.  Culture is generally defined as the customs, beliefs and values of a particular group of people.  Some cultures are developed by accident while others are developed with intention.  Typically, we all like to be in an environment with like-minded people when it comes to culture.  There is …Read More

What Are Your Risks with Employees Bringing Their Own Electronic Devices for Work | BYOD

You may have heard of the idea of “Bring Your Own Device to Work” (BYOD) and wondered what it means, or, you may have not thought too much about it.  As is always the case as it seems, almost any activity which employees engage, could have an impact on the employer.  Thus, employers need to be aware of this idea and decide how to address.  The question is does it …Read More

Social Media’s Impact on Employment | Raleigh Law Firm

Imagine you sent one of your top sales people to close a multi-million dollar deal with a large client. However, the deal falls through and you later find out it is because your sales person made numerous disparaging remarks about the company, its service, and its products. After proper investigation and documenting of the facts, it is determined that the sales person should no longer be employed by your company. …Read More

Independent Contractors/Employees Latest News from the Internal Revenue Service

Generally, the tests are applied based on a totality of the circumstances. No single factor is totally determining.

−Independent Contractors/Employees Latest News from the Internal Revenue Service

As a business owner, how do you classify the people who work for you? Are they independent contractors or employees? The classification is important and can be scrutinized by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and others. The distinction between an employee and an independent contractor is important for several reasons. The following are a few areas of importance: Impacts tax liability Impacts liability Impacts workers compensation issues Many times, as …Read More

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