You need to err on the side of caution when sending customers email. This article reveals how to make sure you’re following the letter of the law.
Published: 10.01.13 By Christopher Corpus
Your responsibility extends to third-party contributors such as customers and friends.
Published: 05.01.13 By Mike Coyne
Be aware that a person can sue you even before they become an employee.
Published: 01.01.13 By Mike Coyne
Two developments in the immigration law area are causing employers a great deal of concern: the increase in so-called "I-9 Audits” and the Social Security Administration's resumption of the "No-Match" …
Published: 04.01.12 By Mike Coyne
Until recently, it has been fairly well understood that an employer can require pre-employment drug testing and refuse to hire someone who tests positively for illegal drugs. However, changes in …
Published: 01.01.12 By Mike Coyne
Family-owned businesses present unique and difficult problems that are generally not found in other closely-held businesses.
Published: 10.01.11 By Mike Coyne
An advisory board might be a better option for business owners.
Published: 08.01.11 By Mike Coyne
If you get a check and do not know why he received it, check with your retirement plan advisers first. Chances are the check belongs to your retirement plan.
Published: 07.01.11 By Mike Coyne
Regardless of the number of employees you have, you have to inform them of you policies. The best way to communicate these is through an employee manual. It will also …
Published: 06.01.11 By Mike Coyne
Trusts can provide benefits even for incorporated businesses.
Published: 11.01.10 By Mike Coyne
The problems facing small businesses due to healthcare reform are two-fold.
Published: 07.01.10 By Mike Coyne
Consider more than just the rental rate when evaluating commercial property and negotiating leases.
Published: 03.01.10 By Mike Coyne
Companies that accept and extend credit need to comply with the new "red flag" rules.
Published: 12.01.09 By Mike Coyne
Is an hvacr contractor responsible for injuries to an employee by hazards in a customer's home?
Published: 06.01.09 By Mike Coyne