No law requires an employer to maintain a written manual. Nonetheless, a written manual places the employer and employee alike on notice of the company’s rules and practices. This is important if for no other reason than to ensure that no employee can later claim surprise or unfairness when such written rules are enforced.
Home improvement projects in the Central Valley are moving in a different direction than they were just a decade ago.
Just when you thought the automobile market was content with such a wide variety of vehicle choices based on such a wide variety of body styles, sizes and utility, along comes one more entry.
The Internal Revenue Service recently released its fiscal year 2011 enforcement and service results.
Over the last several months I’ve provided you with an overview of the most commonly used strategies for asset protection planning. I’ve tried to provide useful insights derived from twenty years of experience creating, managing, restructuring, and in some cases unwinding various types of wealth preservation and wealth transfer plans. In this final article of the series I’d like to sum it up and leave you with my thoughts on the fundamentals people should consider to be the foundation of any sound wealth preservation plan. Without a solid foundation, even the best strategies will topple over.
Although the Central Valley produces many valuable crops, when it comes to one specific crop of the Valley the investment is not just inadequate it is significantly diminishing.
Many companies pay attention to trade secrets only when key employees leave to work for a competitor, taking information about business plans, customer lists, technologies and a host of other items with them.