When it was all said and done, 97 people were arrested, and James Brantley owed them over $600,000 dollars. Before he could pay them back, however, he would have to serve 18 months in an Alabama prison first. Failing to understand the difference between an employee...
As demand for products and services return to normal following the COVID lockdowns, the need for people to provide those things is only going to go up. Many industries are already desperate for workers (notice how many “now hiring” signs are in front of nearly every restaurant right now.) While it may be tempting to hire the first person through the door, you need to be ready to make sure you get the right person for your company. That’s why we’re bringing you some important interview questions to ask.
Hiring the right person isn’t a science. It’s an art.
Let’s face it: No matter how much time you spend looking at a candidate’s resume, no matter how much you look through their social media, no matter how long you interview them…there is simply no way to guarantee that you’re getting the best person for the job.
The cost of a bad hire is something that can be avoided, but first, it’s important to understand what is at stake.
“What is the difference between an employee and a contractor?”
Over the years, it’s a question that has left many business owners scratching their heads and hoping that they aren’t inadvertently setting themselves up for legal trouble.
We all have felt that mixture of anticipation, excitement, and anxiety as we start a new job. We wonder, what’s the new place going to feel like? What will my responsibilities be? Who will my coworkers be and what will they be like? Will there be donuts? There’s...