Firing an employee can be a difficult and challenging experience for any business owner. There is a right way and a wrong way to tell someone that they no longer have a job.
As an employer, there are certain steps you should take to ensure that you legally terminate an employee to red
Did you know that out of the estimated 18 million companies headquartered in the United States, more than 80% are family owned? It’s hardly surprising that these same family companies account for about 50% of the U.S. gross domestic product, and, furthermore, employ over 60% of the co
From time to time, every small business owner has to deal with a non-paying client. It’s often a minor inconvenience, but larger problems follow when multiple non-paying clients start impacting the cash flow of a business to the point that it can’t take on new work, or must sacrifice
When a business contract involves a large sum of money, or presents a significant risk to your company’s bottom line, it is imperative that you get a skilled contracts attorney to draft, review, and negotiate your business agreement. At our firm, we will review your agreement to ensur
Lack of access to capital and the sequester may have a negative impact on many businesses bottom line. According to the Florida Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business Index Survey completed in December of 2012, more than forty four percent of small business owners are concerned about hi