The IRS estimates that as many as 30 percent of individuals classified as independent contractors should be classified as employees (2013). The IRS is increasing audits of independent contractors and issuing fines for misclassification. How do you know if you are at risk?
As the year draws to an end, it is a time of reflection and planning. No matter our position, each of us influences others either positively or negatively. I encourage you to find and seek ways to be joyful in all you do Read More
Communication expectations can be unrealistic with the fast pace we move at and the overwhelming items on the to-do list. In an effort to increase efficiency and minimize misinterpretations, the short list below will aid in managing email. What is written is permanent Read More
Every manager knows it is critical to have regular and ongoing communications with team members. However, I frequently hear team members say, “Just tell me what I’m doing wrong so I can fix it.” For managers, we struggle with the following: Does this Read More