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Oregon Business accepts op-ed and business tips columns on topics relevant to the state’s business community. Suggested length is 600-800 words.
Among other things, we are looking for opinion pieces that are timely, well-written and contain a strong argument.
The opinions expressed in the op-ed columns are those of the author and not of Oregon Business magazine. We reserve the right to reject any submission.
Business Tips guidelines
Topics run the gamut and may include legal, tax, accounting, and human resource issues. Successful articles typically incorporate one or more of the following approaches:
Please note the business tips column is designed to inform and enlighten, not sell. Authors should steer clear of promotional material.
The opinions expressed in the business tips columns are those of the author and not of Oregon Business magazine. We reserve the right to reject any submission.
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The Board dismissed a petition related to efforts to unionize the Northwestern University football team.
Every once in a while we receive a letter in the (fictional) mailbag that is tough to describe and quite compelling. This week, Isabel, the new HR manager at LabCo (and someone who is new to HR), wants to know whether she may fire the owner’s son for having an Oregon medical marijuana card. In passing, Isabel also makes a number of alarming admissions about her motivation. Here is Isabel’s nerve-racking question and our response to it.
Oregon Sick Leave is here, and changes to the federal white-collar worker regulations are on the way. This workshop will prepare you for both. We invite you to participate in an interactive discussion on how to start planning now for the future impact on your operations and finances.
Presented by OEN + CENTRL + YESpdx.
This Roundtable will cover numerous issues under the employer "shared responsibility" rules of the Affordable Care Act, including how to track the "full-time" status of variable-hour employees, temporary or seasonal employees, and employees who experience a change in status or a break in service. Additionally, we will provide a brief overview of Code sections 6055 and 6056, which require most mid-sized and large employers to submit their first information reports to the IRS in early 2016 regarding the health insurance coverage being offered to employees. We invite you to participate in an interactive discussion on how to prepare for the future impact of the shared responsibility rules on your operations and finances.