Ah yes, it’s that time of year again. After differing degrees of debauchery these past few weeks (from over-indulging in cakes and sweets at holiday parties, to spending more money than we usually do, to… well, you can fill in your own blank here), we now come to the finale
A Riddle for Tech Startup Founders & CEO’s: Why Did The Tech Startup Company Have an Employee Handbook?
Just the other night, I was at a networking event with a number of brilliant, creative owners and founders of tech startups. When I asked them why they chose a career in technology (designing apps, creating new software products, or taking high-tech music platforms to astounding heights), many told me
Now more than ever, many businesses rely upon independent contractors (a/k/a “consultants,” or “freelancers,”) to assist with their business or company’s needs. This holds true for start-ups, tech companies, professional firms (including financial advisers), merchandisers, and non-profit organizations, just to name a few. Just for review, an independent contractor is
If you own a business or a non-profit organization, I bet you have considered the following questions: Have you ever been presented with a contract to sign, and you weren’t quite sure about the possible impact of one or two provisions? Maybe you wondered if a part of the contract might hurt