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Business Organizations Weigh in on Executive Order

President Donald Trump recently signed an executive order regarding federal agency regulations that he says will have a positive impact on small business operations. The executive order signed Jan. 30 mandates that federal agencies must present two regulations to be eliminated …

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Walmart Canada and Visa Compromise, Resume Business

swipe fees

Walmart Canada and Visa have reached an undisclosed agreement on credit card fees that the retailer faces from the credit card company. The agreement comes months after Walmart banned the payment form in select stores in Canada. However, Walmart still believes …

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Check Out These Employee Development Resources

human resources

Retailers looking for guidance on how to coach underperforming employees or what to do when firing can find suggestions in Hardware Retailing’s January 2017 article “Employee, We’ve Got a Problem.” In addition, Hardware Retailing collected the following list of resources to answer further questions about how to properly …

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Menards Investigated for Possible Labor Law Violation


The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is addressing another potential labor law violation by Menards. The NLRB issued a complaint regarding the big box home improvement retailer for possibly violating labor laws by classifying its delivery drivers as independent contractors instead of …

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How Business Issues Fared in the General Election

Business Issues

You know the results of the heated presidential election, but have you checked in on how various states voted on business issues? Four states approved minimum wage increases in November’s general election, and South Dakota residents voted down a decrease …

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What’s Next for the Stalled Overtime Law?

The U.S. Department of Labor is appealing a federal judge’s order to stop implementation of new overtime pay increases, which were slated to take effect nationwide on Dec. 1, the date the appeal was filed. Texas federal Judge Amos L. …

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