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  • When The Competition Is One Of Your Own - When the economy’s in a slump, disgruntled ex-employees may start competing businesses or use confidential company information to their advantage. Protect yourself by requiring employees to sign non-compete and confidentiality agreements, like the following.
    Publisher: Personnel Legal Alert     Author: Alexander Hamilton Institute   

  • Who is working for you? Employee or Independent Contractor - Since the late 1970s, the IRS has been aggressively pursuing businesses to convert their independent contractors to wage-earning employees. The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry has also joined the quest.
    Publisher: All-biz.com     Author: Genevieve B. Gallagher   

  • Why Hired Guns Can Backfire - Using independent contractors can help achieve specific organizational goals and avoid employment-related expenses. But misclassifying employees as independent contractors can result in extensive penalties.
    Publisher: Businessfinancemag.com     Author: Samuel Greengard   

  • Worker Visas Under Fire - A forwarded email launched by an unemployed Silicon Valley engineer blames layoffs of American workers on the H1-B visa program, which allows foreigners in high-tech fields to work in the United States.
    Publisher: CIO.com     Author: Preston Gralla   

  • Working with Stock Options - High-tech and many other industries use employee stock options for their best talent-a kind of winning lottery ticket down the road.
    Publisher: Electronicaccountant.com     Author: Michael G. Stevens   

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