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Layoffs and Business Closures: What to Consider Before Taking Action

Q: Unfortunately, I need to lay off some employees, and possibly close my business. What steps do I need to take to ensure I am in compliance with legal obligations? 742 more words

Beef School on Sat., Feb. 4, in Ponderay

The Bonner-Boundary Cattle Association (BBCA) is pleased to announce the 2017 AG Seminar-Beef School on Saturday, Feb. 4, at the Sandpoint Elks, which is located just north of Sandpoint on Highway 200 E in Ponderay.  313 more words

Reminder: New I-9 Form Beginning January 22, 2017

Happy New Year! As a reminder of a previous post, employers must use the new I-9 form beginning January 22, 2017. A copy of the original post is below: 206 more words

Public Interest

7 Tricks Engineers Need to Know about Digital Data Management.

From what I’ve seen, most people let their filing cabinets and computer desktop folders grow organically without much of a strategy. And they end up suffering for it needlessly. 2,045 more words


New Form I-9 Released

On November 14, 2016, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published a new Form I-9. The following are key changes in the revised form: 182 more words

Public Interest

Get Your Financial House in Order Now

For the last few years I’ve shared an
annual tradition with you: getting financial records organized for year-end.

This entails gathering up receipts, identifying deductible expenses, updating your accounts, running reports, and possibly pre-paying some 2017 bills.   759 more words

Oregon Law Practice Management

Avoiding The Pitfalls Of Recordkeeping and Sanitation Under FSMA

By Pamela Sweeten, Owner & Founder, P. Sweeten Consulting

Two cornerstones of FSMA’s final rule on Preventative Controls for Human Food are record keeping and sanitation. 938 more words

Food Safety