A few years ago I was hired to work with a leader who had just adopted a new team from another part of the company. When it came time for us to plan a strategy for the team’s future he had big goals, intense external pressure, new people to manage and a tight timeframe to work with. Sound familiar?
There have been and continue to be legislative changes that may directly impact your company’s administrative and cash flow procedures. We hope that this article helps clarify issues around COBRA and related legislation passed as a part of the Economic Stimulus Package.
Many Gen Y’s were raised with soccer on Monday, piano on Tuesday, language immersion on Wednesday, art on Thursday, and community service on Friday. They are multi-taskers extraordinaire who expect every moment to be well spent with enriching experiences.
I’m often asked – “It’s okay not to pay ourselves until we obtain funding, right?” Or “I don’t have to pay someone who wants to volunteer for my company just for the experience, right?” I also have been told “I don’t have to worry about overtime, payroll taxes or benefits because I only use contractors!” Each assumption is risky. Here’s why.
The first session of the Financial Boot Camp, sponsored by Swift HR Solutions, was a huge success! The attendees left with a better understanding of what the numbers are saying, how to utilize them to improve their businesses, and to top if off not a single calculator was used!