Money For Lunch – Employment

Payroll Payment Processing Automation may be Exactly what Your Organization Needs

May 24, 2016 8:13 AM0 comments

If you are running a business then chances are that you have employees working for you and you are paying them salaries and/or wages. Now, paying salaries and wages to employees may sound simple if there are only a handful of them to work with, but when your business really […]

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4 Ways Business Owners Can Free Up Their Time

May 7, 2016 1:31 PM0 comments

As a small-business owner, you know all about busy schedules and endless to-do lists. While some days you might be able to accomplish everything, others require burning the midnight oil to finish daily tasks. In order to successfully get everything done in your time-crunched world, it’s important to look for […]

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Did Your Boss Just Make a Pass at You?

April 5, 2016 1:57 PM0 comments

    For many women (and sometimes men), the office can be stressful on a number of fronts. Meeting the daily demands of a 9 to 5 job, interacting with some co-workers one may not like, and trying to make enough income to stay ahead of the cost of living […]

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Is Becoming a Nurse Practitioner a Better Option?

April 4, 2016 2:01 PM0 comments
Is Becoming a Nurse Practitioner a Better Option?

As many of us are growing up, when we are asked what we want to be we reply ‘a doctor.’ Becoming a doctor is a admirable career goal, but there may be a number of alternative options within the healthcare industry. One such alternative is to become a nurse practitioner […]

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How to Approach a Coworker Who May Need “Help”

February 22, 2016 6:17 AM0 comments

  A coworker giving off the signs of addictive behavior can be a tricky situation for a fellow employee willing to try and help. Many times men and women in the office will resist the urge to offer advice and support to another employee with a mental health dilemma, believing […]

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7 Must Read Books for Computer Programmers

February 18, 2016 8:31 AM0 comments
7 Must Read Books for Computer Programmers

Often these days, it is being seen that bright-eyes young graduates of reputed computer programming institutions across the nation enter the professional world and are in for a rude shock, realizing that although they know all about the technicalities of computer programming and languages, they are completely lost in terms […]

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Labor Lawyer Norm Blumenthal Files Class Action Against Walmart On Behalf of Assistant Managers

February 2, 2016 10:40 AM0 comments
Labor Lawyer Norm Blumenthal Files Class Action Against Walmart On Behalf of Assistant Managers

 The Assistant Store Managers allege in their class action complaint that Wal-Mart failed to pay them overtime wages The “Belaire” term describes an “opt-out” notice that is sent to potential class members to inform them of the lawsuit  On January 6, 2016 a “Belaire Notice” was sent out to Assistant […]

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I Think An Employee Has An Addiction, What Can I Do?

February 1, 2016 10:56 AM0 comments
I Think An Employee Has An Addiction, What Can I Do?

As a business owner, you don’t only need to look after the company. You also have a duty of care to the people within it. Your employees aren’t only a crucial asset for the venture, but they are humans that you care about too. A great boss will always have […]

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Common Job-Hunting Mistakes Which Could Be Holding You Back

January 28, 2016 8:31 AM0 comments
Common Job-Hunting Mistakes Which Could Be Holding You Back

Many people think marketing yourself and job-hunting success are easier than they are. Obviously, you’re not going to turn up late in casual clothes, with no resume or preparation. Still, there might be some more subtle mistakes that you’re making. The outcome of a job interview is decided within seconds […]

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Does Management Culture Need to Change to Fit Millennials?

January 26, 2016 6:58 PM0 comments
Does Management Culture Need to Change to Fit Millennials?

At this point we have all heard the descriptions – both for better or worse – given to millennial employees. We know they’re tech savvy and can use computers to solve problems in six different ways. But they have been called needy and difficult to motivate in office environments. They’ve […]

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