In late December 2017, just before Christmas, President Trump signed the Republicans’ sweeping tax bill into law. The legislation was one of the most aggressive updates of the U.S. tax code in recent memory, with many significant changes compared to the previous structure. In fact, Politico reports the timing of the overhaul sent many accountants scrambling. The bill, signed in the last couple of weeks of 2017, had an immediate impact in 2018. While the provisions had little impact on 2017 taxes, they started working as of the new year with some items requiring immediate action from some businesses. With… Read more »
One of the hardest parts of a job interview comes before the interview even starts: choosing what to wear. You want to dress to show respect and indicate you take the opportunity seriously. However, you don’t want to overdress and look like you don’t belong. Show up in a suit at a casual workplace and they might ask what funeral you’re headed to. Or worse, they might not think you understand what exactly they do. But if you show up underdressed, they might assume you’re not a serious candidate. It’s a fine line, so here are five tips for showing… Read more »
You’ve done everything right. You did a great job recruiting and now you have a dynamite new employee. The hard part’s over. There’s nothing ahead but efficient work and profitability. Right? Well, not quite. Hiring the right people is only the first stage in cultivating a talented team. The next step is keeping the good people you’ve hired – sometimes a bigger challenge than finding them. The same qualities you love in your workers will make them in demand with other companies. But there are things you can do. Here are four steps that will help you keep your best… Read more »
Looking at the news, it sometimes seems like all jobs are going to go to robots eventually. They’re taking over manufacturing. They’re moving into transport, with self-driving cars poised to eliminate jobs for taxi drivers and truckers. This might make the outlook for construction seem bleak – just another industry poised for automation. But the truth is more complicated. Construction is still a vibrant business. The latest data from the U.S. Labor Department shows the construction industry has been adding 37,000 jobs a month since late last year. Meanwhile, the White House just proposed a $1.5 trillion infrastructure bill, which… Read more »
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