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…

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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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Men or women: who is more often distracted from work?
Not so long ago, HeadHunter experts conducted a large-scale survey, the purpose of which was to find out how productively employees spend their work time. Resource visitors were asked to…

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5 rules to avoid director criminal liability risks

Often, company executives are held criminally liable for actions whose criminality they do not even realize – “ignorance of the law does not exempt from liability”. According to statistics, in recent years the number of cases where directors have been prosecuted has been steadily increasing. Directors are attracted for various types of fraud (Articles 159-159.6), embezzlement or embezzlement (Article 160), illegal business (Article 171), tax crimes (Articles 198-199.2) and other actions. Continue reading

7 Benefits of Accounting Outsourcing for Small Businesses

We list 7 advantages of accounting outsourcing for business in comparison with a full-time accountant, starting from a more favorable cost of services and ending with a guarantee against errors and fines
Not everyone is easily given the decision to outsource accounting. It seems that it is inconvenient when your business is here, and the accounting is somewhere there. At first glance it is easier when an accountant is somewhere behind the wall from 8 to 17 hours or comes from time to time. Continue reading

Men or women: who is more often distracted from work?

Not so long ago, HeadHunter experts conducted a large-scale survey, the purpose of which was to find out how productively employees spend their work time. Resource visitors were asked to answer the question: “Are you distracted by personal activities during the working day?” The result was quite expected for any experienced HR: 86% of the respondents (87% of men and 85% of women) indicated that yes, part of the time wasted not at all for work. Continue reading

How to prevent a good idea from perishing
Out of 10 business ideas, approximately 7-8 are never realized - these disappointing conclusions are presented in the business press. The root cause of such failures lies in the inability…

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Can trainings “put out a fire of a business”?
Denis Sidenko talks about situations where employees and business executives will really benefit from attending a variety of trainings - from time management training to team building skills - and…

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Corruption in the company: how to identify kickback schemes and defeat theft
Corruption - or theft in companies - is a very broad topic. Depending on the size of the company, the scope of activity, the presence or absence of a security…

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Comparison of direct and reverse franchises: which is more profitable?
Evgeni Dobrinin compares two types of franchises - direct and reverse, lists the advantages and disadvantages of each option and explains which one is more convenient and profitable to work…

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