That might be the title of my next meme....unfortunately, that is the message that many in small business are unintentionally sending out.
Backtrack - We LOVE small business owners!
They are sturdy, resilient, imaginative, strong willed, resourceful, and incredibly independent.
So, what's the issue?
All of those beautiful and courageous traits can come across as, "I can do it all and I do not need you."
We've seen it work that way, very well in fact for one-man-bands, but the second they want to hire someone, or even consider an independent contractor, well, this is where the proverbial FAN gets into play.
Simply put, when you hire, you don't make the "How to" rules, the government does for:
So, backtrack again...when you started your business, did you say, outloud, or even in the back of your mind, "I want to do my business badly, I want to screw this up" ?
Of course not! And, the big HOWEVER is you must not fail your business by failing in Human Resources.
Let's keep you on track, let's keep your doors open, let's succeed together.
Wells Fargo is trying to do right by their employees (and save the bank) by doing what should have been done a longggg time ago - presenting an honest approach to earning in their positions and honoring the employee base with a more realistic minimum wage.
Last week's AP piece intro reads, "Wells Fargo announced a complete restructuring Tuesday of how it pays tellers and other bank branch employees, with incentives now tied to how often customers use their accounts, as the company tries to right itself after a scandal over its aggressive sales practices."
Yes, they have other *PR nightmares, so they get a gold star for trying to make this one right!
*one of the institutions funding the DAPL
We attended a wonderful Employment Law Update this week and they reminded the group a summary of the laws that are in effect, or will be in effect shortly for 2017
Here is some of what you need to do NOW:
If you want to know about the other 'musts' for 2017 - then WE want to tell you about it!
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