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“Becoming a Consultant? – Here are 21 Smart Points to Raise”

Sklover Working Wisdom

The reduction in employee headcount provides employers with lower overall expense, especially as to benefits and legally-required payments, such as mandated contributions to healthcare under the Affordable Care Act, Social Security, unemployment benefits, and workers’ compensation plans. In addition, most of the many other laws that protect employees from discrimination, retaliation, harassment and non-payment of wages, are not applicable to independent consultants.

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Have you ever gotten a job from a job fair?

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But anything sponsored by a large metro area’s newspaper and/or hosted at a hotel is basically a cattle call. my department is imploding Im afraid my old boss is going to out me as transgender you are making me very, very forlorn how to announce a demotion dealing with a micromanager calling on readers to help with these questions: giving up a career dream, and billable hours rejected for an internal promotion company wont respond - could it be discrimination?

in a long interview process, can I ask about salary? — Ask a Manager

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Reply Wilton Businessman January 6, 2011 at 9:11 am I think bringing up compensation before you’re even offered the job would be a big mistake. Reply Mike January 6, 2011 at 11:02 am Has the OP considered looking the employer up on a site such as Glassdoor.com to see if someone with a similar title as posted their wages? To complicate it further, I live just outside a major metro area.

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