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What new overtime rules mean for small businesses

SmartBrief on Small Business | May 19, 2016

Some small businesses are unsure of how to adjust to the overtime regulations introduced by the Obama administration, and many were unaware of the change until recently. Companies could reclassify workers, hire more entry-level employees or give salaried employees a pay increase so they make more than the new $47,476 threshold. The New York Times (free-article access for SmartBrief readers) (05/18)


The secrets to creative leadership

SmartBrief on Small Business | May 17, 2016

Cafe offers employment for people with disabilities

SmartBrief on Small Business | May 18, 2016

4 tips for working with freelancers

SmartBrief on Small Business | May 23, 2016

Lessons learned from losing a high-profile client

SmartBrief on Small Business | May 17, 2016

How product bundling can lead to higher profits

SmartBrief on Small Business | May 20, 2016

How to avoid fatal cash-flow problems

SmartBrief on Small Business | May 18, 2016

Knee-brace business ponders which market to target

SmartBrief on Small Business | May 19, 2016

Letter from Columbus found in Library of Congress

SmartBrief on Small Business | May 19, 2016

What successful Amazon sellers have in common

SmartBrief on Small Business | May 20, 2016


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