About Brett Safford
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In theory, the idea of a minimum wage is simple enough: employers have a legal obligation to pay their workers a certain amount of money per hour. As an employer, you can pay your employees more than minimum wage, but not less. On top of that, if employees work overtime, you may have to increase […]
On the latest episode of our Smart Compliance Podcast, Mark Ornstein stopped by to talk about his unique perspective as a dealership owner who became an attorney.
Nerds still get a bad rap. What’s wrong with the desire to learn everything there is to know about a certain topic, or dedicate hundreds of hours of your time to a pursuit most people have never thought twice about? Don’t answer that.
Lucy Morris from Hudson Cook stopped by to reflect on Richard Cordray and she thinks might be in the future for the CFPB. Richard Cordray announced this week that he plans to step down as head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. I worked with Rich to stand up the Bureau and as a Deputy […]
On Monday, Dictionary.com named “complicit” its word of the year for 2017. Certainly, most of us have encountered the word more frequently over the past few months: Google Trends shows that search queries related to the term spiked around March and April, and continue to grow.
Ah, Thanksgiving: a time to reconnect with family and friends, turn on the game, impress your dad with that deep-fried turkey recipe you saw on the Food Network, heat up some boozy apple cider cocktails, kick back, and…
Our partners from Hudson Cook stopped by The Smart Compliance Blog to talk about texting and the TCPA. As an older law (25 years old) has it been updated to keep up with the times? Here is what they had to say: The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) is one of the primary federal standards regulating […]
We like math problems here. Calculating out this week’s answer could actually save you money. Q: How much more efficient could your business run by automating the driver onboarding process?