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The Final Rule for Overtime Suspended by Federal Judge

On November 22, 2016, Federal Judge Amos L. Mazzant III of the Eastern District of Texas issued a nationwide preliminary injunction on the final rules

Employee or Partner? Treatment of Individuals within Partnerships Owning Disregarded Entities

For many years, some partnerships that owned disregarded entities (single-member LLCs) claimed that their partners were employees of the single-member

The Growth of Workplace Financial Wellness Programs

Most of us are familiar with employee wellness plans offered by employers in conjunction with medical insurance. These plans may offer education about

New Beginnings

When I transferred to Indiana University of Pennsylvania my sophomore year of college to pursue my career in Human Resource Management, I was terrified.

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Yahoo Bans Telecommuting. What's Your Company's Policy?

No matter your stance on the subject, it is likely that Marissa Mayer’s recent announcement revoking Yahoo’s telecommuting will impact how

Preparing for the College Recruiting Process

It’s January. NCAA basketball is heating up. A new season of The Voice is in the works. You’re taking your required accounting classes. Your

Tips to Impress Recruiters and Get the Job You Want

It’s summer, which is a great time for college students to think about how to jumpstart their careers. Schneider Downs is here to help, and we are

Ohio State and Ohio University Switching to Semesters

The advice The Ohio State University and Ohio University gave to incoming students two years ago was, “Make good choices now so you don’t experience

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Ten Most Common College Resume Blunders

As you prepare your resume for your post-college career search, read about the ten most common resume blunders and how to avoid them.

Preparing for the future: Volunteers Introduce Fifth Graders to Resumes and Career Paths

On Friday, May 20, 2011, Jason Smida, Constantine Mezhinsky, and I had the opportunity to volunteer for Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania. The purpose of the JA program is to prepare and inspire young people to succeed in the global economy.

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