A major dilemma faces a growing number of people – should they really be `employed’ at all, these days? Is self-employment the future of work and are the collaborative capabilities of the cloud the tools to make it happen?
The false self-employment (Onshore Employment Intermediaries) legislation, which came into effect on 6th April 2014, is still causing confusion for Contractors - there have been no tribunal or court cases about it yet, so we don’t know how HMRC’s...
A Test to Weed Out Consultants You Shouldn't Hire blogs.hbr.org (blog) We've seen a lot of consulting “misses” over the years — polished management products and services that fail to achieve what the clients want.
Why Should I Have A Small Business Blog? (Part 1) Business 2 Community Part 1 of our guide to small business blogging looks at the first of many reasons for having a blog – creating content and the benefits for readers and search engines.
Don't jump from college to consulting Trinidad Guardian To my knowledge, this sort of advice is best given by business consultants. So rather than focusing on being an entrepreneur, should I become a consultant?
Priscilla Speicher has been writing since she was old enough to spell, entering poetry and short story contests throughout her school years - writing for the high school and college newspaper, and on it went.
MiamiHerald.com Five ways to help your small business become a social media standout MiamiHerald.com For a small business seeking to stand out from the crowd, it can sometimes be an uphill battle to get the consumer's attention in an online...
If you’ve ever had the experience working for a small business, you may be familiar with versatile job expectations and coffee makers that double as water (Here are some great #ideas on how #technology can save your #SmallBiz money!
Small business, big mistake: Classifying employees as independent contractors Washington Post When I started my company in 2006, my intent was to have only independent contractors for the first five years, with the goal of minimizing overhead.
My friend Nicole and her family visited our house for breakfast this morning. She and her husband are the founders of Green Ronin, a Seattle-based game publisher. As we enjoyed a couple lovely hours outside at the picnic table, we chatted about life and work. We talked about what it’s like to own a small business. Because my father was [...]