Your employment of the best and brightest results in trade secrets that you hope remain just that: secrets! That’s why non-disclosures exist and why you should be using them.
In the current, highly charged atmosphere regarding immigration, employers are walking a thinner tightrope than ever when it comes to interviewing new people for jobs.
The offer of a new job is often exciting -- but you can't afford to let yourself get swept up in the moment. It's important to take a step back and examine the contract you're being offered with a critical eye.
The current presidential administration has hit unions pretty hard -- but one is now hitting back in court in order to defend the rights of federal employees.
Do you get tips at work? In some professions, it's very common to have tips from satisfied clients and customers supplement your income. For others, tips are a nice bonus that happens from time to time -- if you get to keep them.
Doing good business often comes down to finding ways to manage risks. That's particularly true when it comes to your employees.
Employee contracts aren't the norm in many professions -- and you may not have given them much thought if your company is still very young. However, as your business grows, it's often wise to start using them.
Do you know that writing an email to someone in all capital letters is the same, in modern electronic etiquette, as yelling at them in person? Would your mother or grandmother know it?
Women empowerment is spreading quickly across the sunshine state as more female-owned businesses pop up in urban cities like Miami, Orlando and Tampa. Since 1997, the number of businesses owned by women rose by 114 percent in the U.S. or 2.5 times the national average. Florida is paving the way with business growth.