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Required Reading: Employee Handbooks

Remember when you got your first job and they handed you the employee handbook to read? You probably paged through, glossing over most parts, noticing the dress code and the paycheck schedule. What you didn't know was how long your employer worked to develop the policies in that handbook. Now, as an employer or member of a Human Resources department, your company's employee handbook is your guide to interactions with employees.

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Pony Rides for All (Who sign a liability release)!

Spring has sprung around the country! For many horse owners, warmer weather and daylight savings means more time and opportunity for horsey endeavors. It also means that more friends and relatives might ask if they can come over for a pony ride or a trail ride. Before you saddle up Ginger and Merrylegs to hit the trail or give a pony ride, consider requiring helmets for everyone under 18, and having all adults sign a liability release.

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Social Media and a Business Sale: How Business and Personal Social Media Accounts are Affected by a Sale

Social media accounts, such as Twitter and Facebook pages, can help drive traffic to a business. As such, if you are preparing to sell the business, the buyer may be wondering whether any accounts associated with the business will be turned over to them. This helps them avoid  having to start over and develop a brand-new friends or followers list. Here is some information you need to know about business and personal social media accounts when selling a business.

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How to Transfer your Business to a Family Member

There comes a time in every business owner’s life when they are ready to prepare for retirement. In some cases, selling the business is a no-brainer, other times people just choose to close their doors. But what happens when you want to pass your business down to your children. Especially if one or more of them isn’t interested in running a business.

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