The relationship between an employer and a worker is not always straightforward, but despite the possible discrepancies, it is extremely important to properly classify your workers with the help of your human resources department. Tax implications vary depending on the type of worker, and the penalties for misclassifying a worker can be huge.
Rejected job offers happen. They’re almost inevitable in today’s competitive talent market.
We all worry. Sometimes a little worry can be good. It makes you aware of a situation that you many need to address, or help you change your course.
However, a lot of worry is bad, both not only a mental health standpoint but a physical health one as well. At our employee benefits administration company, we’re aware of the toll worrying and stress can take on an employee. Worrying too much can affect your physical health, causing high blood pressure, ulcers, heart attacks, and even death.
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