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70 Percent Of Self-Employed Aren't Saving For Retirement

December 5, 2013 05:01 AM
70 Percent Of Self-Employed Aren't Saving For Retirement If you are among the self-employed, then a disturbing bit of news came down the pike this week that probably hit close to home. Close to 70 percent of you are not saving enough for retirement. This new information highlights one of the key advantages of signing an employee contract template instead of going it alone. But the economy of today is starting to favor the self-employed worker with many businesses cutting back ...

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Minimum Wage Increase: What Your New Hires Need To Know

December 3, 2013 04:58 AM
Minimum Wage Increase: What Your New Hires Need To Know In a recent post at forbes.com , contributor Adam Ozimek examined some of the questions about the impact of a huge minimum wage hike that need to be asked. While the piece is filled with several great points regarding the fallout from such a decision, one standout was this statistic: "59% of workers who earn the minimum wage in one year earn more than it in the next year if they remain employed. ... The median wage increa...

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Employees And Retirement Plans: What Employers Can Do To Improve Participation

November 28, 2013 04:56 AM
Employees And Retirement Plans: What Employers Can Do To Improve Participation Recent findings from the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) revealed that certain groups of workers are much less likely to participate in the retirement programs that employers lay out in their employee contract template . While the institute did not identify the common reasons for lack of participation among employees, it did note the types of workers least likely to enroll. People Least Likely To Participate ...

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Pros And Cons Of Working Your People On Thanksgiving

November 26, 2013 04:53 AM
Pros And Cons Of Working Your People On Thanksgiving Depending on who you talk to -- the worker or the business owner -- Black Friday is either the darkest day of the retail year or the day in which most retailers finally break in to profits after basically paying expenses all year. (Often, it's both.) While most employees have come to expect (and dread) the day to end all days for rude customer behavior and deep discounts, they're starting to see a disturbing trend that cut...

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ENDA: Does The Employer-Employee Relationship Really Need It?

November 21, 2013 08:57 AM
ENDA: Does The Employer-Employee Relationship Really Need It? In a provocative new op-ed for the Boston Globe, columnist Jeff Jacoby takes the unpopular stance that the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) is an unnecessary bit of legislation for Congress to pass. ENDA is specifically designed to prevent the discrimination against workers based on their sexual orientation. Jacoby argues that the law is unnecessary because employers already build non-discrimination of the gay comm...

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Employment Hazing: An Intolerable Reality In Today’s Workplace

November 19, 2013 03:10 AM
Employment Hazing: An Intolerable Reality In Today’s Workplace Recently, we were speaking to an individual, who was publicly axed by his boss while working at a call center. The boss used the company intercom to terminate employment, and gave a reason for dismissal. Needless to say, it was quite a humiliating experience for the employee, and he spoke openly about bringing a lawsuit against the offending superior. We couldn’t blame him for wanting to do something to achieve compensat...

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Deadly Work From Home Sins Your Employees May Be Committing

November 14, 2013 08:09 AM
Deadly Work From Home Sins Your Employees May Be Committing Working from home can be a welcome relief or a responsibility that your employee is not ready to handle. It really depends on the coordination of terms that you’ve put in to your employee contract template regarding remote workers as well as the individual with whom you’re dealing. Regardless, if one has never worked from home before, there can be some pretty dangerous “sins” that claim their productivity. Here are ...

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Microsoft 'Stacking' Is No More, Here's Why That's Good For Business

November 12, 2013 09:07 AM
Microsoft 'Stacking' Is No More, Here's Why That's Good For Business Microsoft has said “no more” to its controversial “stacking” system of ranking employees from best to worst based on their accomplishments. The practice has been criticized over the years by ex-employees and current ones alike for promoting unhealthy internal competition rather than teamwork and collaboration. The news came down via a company memo, reproduced here in full by The Verge. The high points include ...

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