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Zero Dollar Check

Unpaid Internships [Infographic]

The Labor Of Unpaid Internships

Internships. Between 500,000 and 1 million people embark on a journey as unpaid interns every year. Many students have taken on internships in hopes of being offered a full-time job. Truth is, a number of….

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Minimum Wage Increase

Wage Advocates: Employers Violating Labor Laws [Infographic]

Labor Law Violations and Minimum Wage Increases

When someone is employed, there is a general expectation that an employer is well aware of what the labor laws need to be. Unfortunately, numerous companies or businesses are guilty of violating labor….

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Indian Business

The Rise of Business In India

Contemporary India’s Changing Business Scenario

The rising startups and the legends of business co-existing in the Indian marketplace create severe competition that makes headlines across the globe. In the past decade, India’s business scene altered heavily with the penetration of….

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Tattoos Workplace Millennials

Tattoos in the Workplace

Body Art or Unacceptable Trashy Body Graffiti?

In honor of National Tattoo Day… There is a negative stereotype that comes with the territory of tattoos, not for everyone, but for the majority of the public workplace, and in the minds….

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Payroll Books

SMEs Guide To Online Payroll Providers [Infographic]

Online Payroll Services

According to an IBISWorld market intelligence report, the payroll industry is worth $61 billion in the US alone and had an annual growth rate of 3% between 2009 and 2014. Payroll management can be a complex process…..

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Background Screen Graphic

How to Make Your Background Checks More Effective

At this point in your career, you probably know that background screenings are imperative when it comes to hiring new employees and for many people, when retaining employees. If you are doing the smart thing, you are probably using a….

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Security Club-Bouncer

Can I See Your ID?

I am a doorman at a neighborhood bar. This is not a high-security establishment. There are no earpieces or metal detectors. Just me, a bar stool, and my crossword puzzle. It’s my job to sit here for 10 hours straight….

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Open Letter From a Cop

Ladies and Gentlemen, Allow me to introduced myself. I am a police officer. More importantly to this post, I am a police officer who is sick and damned tired of dealing with certain things on a day to day basis: 1) Contrary….

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