It seems like just yesterday “The Great Resignation” was the biggest phenomenon being experienced and discussed across virtually every industry. Now, however, there is a whole new trend happening in the workplace that is swiftly gaining traction with employees: quiet quitting.
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The importance of a solid and robust education for our children cannot be overstated. I’ll bet that many agree with me when I say that the future of our communities lies with the youth of today, and it is our responsibility to ensure that children have the opportunities they need to be successful in the future.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s recent ruling overturning Roe v. Wade could impact estate planning for same-sex couples and should have them taking a good look at their estate plan.
It would be an understatement to say that the devastating spread of COVID-19, and industry’s collective reaction thereto, has prompted a seismic shift in how corporations are intending to operate in the post-pandemic era. One particularly notable pivot is that toward staff empathy and engagement.
As a business owner, you should start planning your business exit at least five years before you plan to transition. That schedule gives you enough time to increase the value of your business, if needed, before you exit.
You don’t have to look back very far in history to realize that the financial industry was built by men, for men.
“I remember the first Parade of Homes, about 1954, and the impact it had on both builders and the Madison Area Builders Association (MABA),” says 1972 MABA Board President Terry Monson.
It’s been two years since the early pandemic crashed the market. Despite a strong recovery, many investors may feel emotionally worn out.
On April 15, 2022, Wisconsin enacted a new business entity law (2021 Wisconsin Act 258). Among other changes, the law restates Chapter 183 governing limited liability companies (LLCs) based on the Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (RULLCA) already adopted by many other states.
We’re all feeling the crunch as a result of labor shortages right now, whether that looks like reducing business hours, increasing wages to keep employees, or trying to figure out how artificial intelligence (AI) can help get you by with fewer people without affecting production.