In what could be a landmark decision for the future of the gig economy, the Department of Labor (DOL) has classified the workers of an anonymous “virtual marketplace” company as independent contractors, not employees.
accountingToday | September 17, 2019 By Scott Bales Vice president, Enterprise Solution Engineering and Delivery, Replicon One might assume they already know everything a project manager in a professional services…Read More
In a growing business, the day will eventually come when managing time and attendance on paper becomes both inefficient and risky, especially when trying to balance things like overtime, paid…Read More
As organizations continue to scrutinize operating costs and look for areas to drive efficiencies, shared services centers (SSCs) are a no-brainer. The concept of a multi-function SSC has been around…Read More
West Marine Products, which operates a chain of retail stores across the United States specializing in boating supply and fishing equipment, recently settled a class action lawsuit involving 707 former…Read More