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Hiring Your First Employees: Making the Move from Small Business to Employer

Ms. Career Girl

Make sure that you understand the details of your state’s employment law, including the minimum wage that you need to pay, how to avoid any potential discrimination in the workplace, and how to keep your employees’ schedules legal.

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you’re exhausted and burned out because work is terrible

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Excerpt from Can’t Even: How Millennials Became the Burnout Generation by Anne Helen Petersen, 2020. But as boomers were cultivating and optimizing their children for work, they were also further disassembling the sort of societal, economic, and workplace protections that could have made that life possible.

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coworker got obnoxiously drunk at a work event, can we tell people to wash their hands, and more

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I am an HR professional and know the risks associated with slandering someone at another workplace, but do I have any professional responsibility to warn these businesses? What can I do about lost wages due to coronavirus? But, short of sustaining an injury, I can’t find any information online about how to be compensated for lost wages. This assumes, though, that you’re paid as an employee and not an independent contractor. It’s five answers to five questions.

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