By Scott Rude / Guest Column
When HR is effective, it has the greatest impact on a business. Nevertheless, HR seems to retain its checkered (yet often undeserved) reputation. But why?
By Paula Rogers / Guest Column
In baseball, everyone loves a dramatic home run. But a long time ago, teams found out they could beat a power-hitting opponent with a disciplined, methodical strategy that emphasized small gains and flexibility. If ever there were a time when the principles of small ball could be used in your tax strategy, it’s now.
By Jonathan Schmidt / Guest Column
Have you ever been in a situation where you entered into a contract and are in the process of fulfilling your part of the bargain, but the other party isn’t? It’s called anticipatory repudiation or anticipatory breach of contract.