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Navigating Hybrid Work

Many businesses are still developing their own hybrid work protocols, weighing issues of philosophy, geography, technology, and workflow. While a variety of resources offer basic information, clearly there is no

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Leadership Lessons From Oppenheimer

With Robert Oppenheimer back in the zeitgeist, his development as a leader of the Manhattan Project bears some study (even though one of his colleagues chirped that Oppenheimer “couldn’t run

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Do as I Say….

The American Civil Liberties Union (“ACLU”) is a long-time champion of free speech, even when inconvenient or unpopular. Accordingly, it is striking when the ACLU is thrust into the position

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A Reporting Reminder

Beginning January 1, the Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) began accepting Beneficial Ownership Information (BOI) reports about individuals who own or control companies. This was included in the bipartisan

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A Final Ruling on Independent Contractors

On January 10, the Department of Labor (DOL) released Final Rule: Employee or Independent Contractor Classification Under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Administrator Jessica Looman summarizes the changes as: Business

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Shifting Workforce Dynamics

The current worker shortage in Vermont may signify “an early look at where the rest of the country could be headed.” In short, there are simply not enough workers to

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