Katherine McBeth|March 26, 2020

Free webinar: Survival tips for small businesses during COVID-19

Editor’s note: Webinar registration has closed. Our small business panel shared creative tips for finding new revenue streams and engaging with customers. Watch the webinar now.About the webinarPresenters Rod Kurtz and Keith D. Yurgosky will show you new ways to engage with customers when you can’t rely on face-to-face interactions. You can still generate revenue […]

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Katherine McBeth|March 18, 2020

5 ways your local SBDC can help you start and run your business

Only about half of businesses will make it to their fifth year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. 49.3% of businesses that opened in March 2013 closed by March 2018. Many small business owners face tight budgets, limited staff, and a lack of resources. They’re expected to do it all, from creating business plans to […]

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Myranda Mondry|March 14, 2020

Despite coronavirus warnings, 35% of workers have gone to work sick

More than 1 in 3 American workers have gone to work sick since hearing about coronavirus, a new survey conducted March 6 by QuickBooks shows.*Though companies across the country have instated temporary remote work policies, 67% of respondents say they cannot work from home in their current role. And 43% of them are trade workers […]

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Dorothy Chong|June 11, 2019

Wage theft and exploitation still plague employees in Europe

The EU’s latest time tracking ruling serves as an opportune reminder A recent survey by TSheets of more than 3,500 working adults in Spain and Germany revealed that employees continue to fall victim to wage theft, adding weight and reason to the EU’s recent time tracking ruling. The recent mandate, in short, requires employers to […]

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Melissa Phy|June 5, 2019

New law says wage theft is a felony for Colorado employers

Colorado has taken the lead in the fight to end wage theft in the United States. A new state law has passed that could better protect employees’ income and keep employers accountable.Once a misdemeanor, wage theft will now be classified as a felony, according to new legislation pushed through on May 16. The Human Right […]

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Dorothy Chong|May 6, 2019

Survey reveals 1 in 10 business owners has disguised their gender

Starting a business is plenty hard. From marketing to staffing, financing to operating, there’s a never-ending list of factors to stay on top of. In honor of National Small Business Week 2019, we asked over 1,000 small business owners about what drives them, what scares them, and what they’ve had to do to succeed.* We […]

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Joseph Patterson|April 2, 2019

Equal Pay Day and the state of the gender wage gap in 2019

Equal Pay Day is when we raise awareness for how far we’ve come and how far we still need to go to realize equal pay in the workplace. Equal Pay Day falls on April 2, 2019, representing how late into the year many women need to work to earn what men earned in 2018. For […]

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Joseph Patterson|February 4, 2019

New Jersey Minimum Wage to Reach $15 per Hour by 2024

‘Landmark legislation’ a new chapter for New Jersey employees and business ownersToday, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed into law a bill raising the state’s minimum wage to $15 per hour. The new law ends a long-standing debate on whether low-income workers would be paid more and makes New Jersey one of several states that […]

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Joseph Patterson|January 17, 2019

TSheets and ADP® Team Up for All-in-One Payroll, HR, Timesheet Solution

Here’s how to get your hands on our latest integration.Do you currently use ADP® or TSheets and need the other? Are you a larger business looking for a payroll solution with time tracking? You’re in luck!TSheets now integrates with ADP Workforce Now®.ADP Workforce Now is a payroll and HR solution for companies with 50-999 employees. […]

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Joseph Patterson|October 24, 2018

Construction Is Changing — Trust Us, This Isn’t Your Grandpa’s Job Site

From technology to gender dynamics, TSheets looks into the construction industry’s evolving professional landscapeThe construction industry is changing — and changing quickly. Some of today’s most indispensable positions, such as drone operator to sustainability manager, didn’t exist 10 years ago. And it’s not just technology. The faces are changing too.October is Careers in Construction Month, […]

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