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by Chad Taylor   Q: One of my employees has a service animal. What am I required to do? A: Unlike Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which requires service animals to be allowed in all areas … Continued

The odd interview via Skype

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Dear J.T. & Dale: I was recently contacted about a job opportunity and invited to an interview via Skype. I found the experience very odd. The recruiter was firing questions, often asking the next question before I had a chance … Continued

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Making mutual fund deposits Q: I am considering investing in some mutual funds for a new retirement account contribution but worry about the time involved to set this up compared with just going to my local bank. I also worry … Continued

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    Do you ever feel like you’re talking to a brick wall? The first step in persuading anyone to do anything is getting them to hear you out. But whether the person is a cynical colleague, furious customer, or … Continued

Is Dropbox good for business?

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by Patrick Boberg Everyone has to watch his or her expenses. Whether you’re a family, a startup or a Fortune 500 company, every dollar counts. Frugality can be even more important when considering technology expenses, as a poor purchase can … Continued

HR Advice

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by Chad Taylor   Q: Am I required to provide breaks to employees? A: According to the United States Department of Labor, federal law does not mandate any kind of breaks for employees. However, the law does state that if … Continued

10 ways to recruit and retain employees

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by Melissa Walker A competent and effective workforce is vital to the success of a company, and employers have numerous factors to consider when seeking that next hire. In some cases, employers may sift through dozens of applications before deciding … Continued

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