It’s early the morning hours of Thanksgiving. The last pie is baked and all the side dishes refrigerated. I’ve just turned out the lights and climbed the stairs, thinking how truly gracious and trustworthy God has shown Himself to be since another Thanksgiving a decade ago in this same place. 540 more words
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In some circumstances, the line between an independent contractor and an employee can become blurred. As we described in a previous post, in assessing whether a worker is a contractor or actually an employee, we will need to analyse a variety of factors, including the control the employer has over the worker’s activities, whether the worker provides his or her own equipment, the degree of financial risk taken by the worker and whether the worker is able to hire helpers.
One of the most endearing aspects of many of the world’s biggest metal acts is the fans universal appreciation of “the groove”. Metallica had that appreciation. 573 more words
Firing employees is among the least comfortable tasks that face business owners. Whether it’s a result of poor quality of work, conduct in the workplace, budget cuts, or restructuring, dismissing an employee is rarely a decision that’s made easily. 681 more words