September 17, 2014
What do you do when one of your most trusted, hardest working employees takes from the till?
AUG. LCT: An expert outlines strategies operators can use to change the company DNA to improve performance. It all starts at the top.
The worker billed charges to his company credit card in 2012 that were deposited into the account of a business he owned.
A law firm publishes a helpful blog for businesses trying to navigate the complexities of wage, labor and overtime rules.
JULY PUBLISHER'S COLUMN: We must try to minimize employee turnover while recruiting and training under pressure in a tough employee market.
April 16, 2014
JIM LUFF: Who was it that appointed you a judge? Think again before docking chauffeur pay for bad driving.
April 2, 2014
An employee writes an unsolicited recommendation about me and my company. These are the moments that make all the hard work running a business worthwhile.
March 21, 2014
JIM LUFF BLOG COLUMN: There is no easy way to terminate someone who has worked for you a long time.
MARCH LCT: Knowing how to vet applicants and what procedures are allowed in your state will prevent costly mistakes.
NOV. LCT: Banning use of personal smartphones in the workplace can boost productivity and reduce liability, but it risks making employees irate.