In October, it was reported that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed four cases against Oregon businesses in 2006, an unprecedented number since 1998.
Organizations have only two assets — people and money. Money buys the equipment, the inventory and the facilities. Employers spend considerable time managing the money of the organization.
Almost 2,000 white-collar workers at Freightliner were offered voluntary buyouts.
For most people in America, payday is a happy affair. But for millions of the nation’s small-business owners, it’s a complex administrative chore that eats valuable time.