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Driven by curiosity and enthusiasm for life, Hans Christian Oersted
discovered electromagnetism and invented the first artificial aluminum.
A satellite bearing his name now circles the globe mapping magnetic
fields, and units of magnetic strength are called oersteds. The Danish philosopher, physicist and chemist earned a reputation
within his lifetime for credible science and good judgment. But along
the way, he learned a hard lesson: Don’t promise more than you can
Ever notice a tendency to blabber about your team, yourself or your
organization instead of actually interviewing a job candidate? Welcome
to the most common blunder in hiring. Here’s how to recognize this syndrome and fix it:
How can you save for retirement while you’re operating your own business? At one time, small business owners were often left out in the cold. But saving for retirement isn’t just for the “big boys,” anymore.
Here are 8 guidelines for new ventures:
If the 100 percent federal employment tax penalty doesn’t strike fear in the hearts of small business owners, it
Are you getting ready to hand over the reins of your corporate business to the younger generation? Typically, you might arrange to sell shares of company stock to your successors or simply give the stock to them.
You probably already know that the next few years will see a major departure of retirement-ready baby boomers from the workforce. Are you practicing good knowledge management to make sure your best ideas and wisdom don't walk out the door?
When you suspect an employee of stealing, you have a potentially explosive situation on your hands.
You might think outsourcing jobs to an independent contractor saves money. But if you insist on exercising any significant control over how, when and where independent contractors do their job, you may end up paying dearly in the end if your organization is deemed the true employer ...
If the 100 percent federal employment tax penalty doesn’t strike fear in the hearts of small business owners, it should. Why? That tax-code provision requires the person “responsible” for unpaid employment taxes to personally pay 100 percent of the amount withheld from employees’ paychecks.