An employee asks to increase salary: what to do?
Irina Narchemashvili talks about how to respond to employee requests for higher wages: how to listen to a request and evaluate the contribution of an employee so as not to…

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“I got settled, and six months later announced my pregnancy”: what should the employer do?
Anna Fedorova considers the issue of maternity leave and frequent hospital employees, explains how employers should relate to this “A young girl is about to have a baby, but before…

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“We got divorced, no time management!”, Or Priority management: how to keep up with the main
We have got high-speed cars, smart homes, mobile phones in which we can simultaneously read, write and talk. We study time management, we have new-fangled planners, but for all the…

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How to get a valuable employee

Nadezhda Zhivora explains how to attract an effective employee from another company to her: how to identify the “pain points” of a professional, how to formulate the benefits and prospects of a new job and why it is important to be honest with a potential employee
From time to time, in every company, especially in a rapidly developing company, there is a need for new specialists. But finding “fresh blood” is only half the battle. Continue reading

Risks of transferring employees to individual entrepreneurs and self-employed

We talk about the main risks for an employer company that transfers its employees to self-employed and self-employed, and explain how to protect yourself from possible penalties from the tax authorities
Interaction with an individual entrepreneur on the basis of a civil law nature from a tax point of view for an employer can be significantly more profitable than hiring an employee under an employment contract. Continue reading

Avoiding Court, or Mediation for Business
Ekaterina Shvets talks about the alternative possibility of dispute resolution with the participation of a mediator - the mediation procedure, lists the positive and negative sides of this method of…

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How I sold cookies to the Russian Army, kindergartens and large chain stores
An entrepreneur from Khabarovsk bought a tiny cookie production line. I found a recipe, put together a team and cheerfully got down to business. And after a couple of months…

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Age employees: what the employer needs to know
Elena Sidorenko shares information related to the employment of pre-retirement age employees in the company: whether additional reporting is needed for this, what are the features of concluding an employment…

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What is profitable for small businesses: three life hacks from an entrepreneur
Denis Martynov talks about promising niches for the development of small business in Russia, within the framework of which today it is possible to build an effective business: from various…

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