Bob Drainville

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Is Your Small Business Ready for Tax Season?

Small business tax preparation is nothing to take lightly. While large corporations have accounting departments and teams of tax attorneys to make sure the company isn’t paying a dime more than it owes Uncle Sam, many small business owners spend countless hours navigating the archaic tax code on their own, wondering if they’re missing an important detail that is going to cost them.…

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How to Train Employees to Use Time Tracking and Other New Technologies

For any growing business, investing in a new technology can be a tough decision. From researching your options, testing out the systems, evaluating the costs and rolling out the product, it can be an overwhelming and lengthy undertaking.…

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5 Factors to Consider Before Investing in Technology for Your Business

Deciding which technology to invest in can be a challenging guessing game for any business owner. There seems to be a new gadget or service that comes out everyday – offering to make your work easier in some way.…

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10 Apps Every Mobile Worker Needs in Their Life

Need to boost productivity in your workday? Mobile apps are a must. But with literally thousands of them available to download onto your smartphone, it would be much too time-consuming to research and review each one for your business.…

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The 5 Traits of Successful Payroll Professionals

If you have recently started your own business or only employ a small number of people, chances are you’re managing the books yourself. However, as your company grows and you start to hire a range of people – such as full-time employees, contractors and seasonal workers – figuring out their rate of pay in compliance with statutory regulations becomes more complex. The responsibilities can become fairly technical when it comes to preparing, processing, distributing, maintaining and verifying employee attendance and related records.…

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How to Integrate Mobile Employees into Your Company Culture

Mobile workers have been an important part of the U.S. economy long before “telecommuting” and “remote working” became fashionable. Businesses have long depended on employees who spend time working at various job sites, such as manufacturing and construction firms, home and commercial cleaning companies and home health care services.…

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Hiring Freelancers vs. Full-Time Employees: 5 Things to Consider

If you run a business, you will likely consider hiring freelance workers at some point. Freelancers now make up 35% of the U.S. workforce, so no matter the sector, you shouldn't have any problem finding qualified contractors. …

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How to Overcome the Construction Labor Shortage

The trade industries still have not fully recovered from the 2008 recession, which devastated the construction industry and led to a mass exodus of workers. As we enter 2017, construction is in high demand, but the supply of skilled workers remains low. As a result, there are 200,000 vacant positions in the industry, according to a recent study by the National Association of Homebuilders…

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