As anyone who has been in the staffing industry for any length of time knows, the rules and regulations surrounding the industry are complex and change frequently. As well as federal laws, each State has unique employment rules and regulations that make it challenging for staffing companies with limited resources to work across multiple states. Staffing companies that operate in California, New York and Massachusetts in particular, can have their work cut out trying to accommodate the unique rules and regulations of those States.
You think you should be able to handle that conflict you have. And, likely, you’re very sure that, if only the other person would change, the conflict would cease. Two myths!
MYTH ONE: YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO HANDLE A CONFLICT YOURSELF
Granted, by the time you are considered an adult—at least in height—you will have encountered enough situations of conflict that you will have some strategies.
The U.S. Labor Department announced today that it has entered into a cooperative alliance with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service and others aimed at ending "the business practice of misclassifying employees [as independent contractors] in order to avoid providing employment protections." As the IRS's involvement might suggest, this collaboration has as much to do with enhancing the inflow of tax revenues and other sums to various governments as it does with "employee protections".
What is it?
"Work is something you do, not something you travel to."
Telecommuting allows employees to reduce their commute by performing all or some of their work away from their normal place of business.