Today, more and more people are attracted to the Internet to create their own business. It is convenient, provides a good influx of customers, practically does not require cash investments, and if investments are nevertheless expected, then they pay off with interest, the main thing is to choose the direction that is most suitable for you in spirit, abilities and capabilities.
Selling photos online
Few people know that copying pictures on the Internet and using them to promote your sites, products and services without the consent of the author of the photo is a violation of copyright, plagiarism. Therefore, selling photos on the network is a fairly demanded and profitable business (with due diligence). Continue reading
A new and unusual word “Crowdworking”, which means just searching for additional work using special Internet platforms. And this niche is currently gaining momentum.
In the United States, many start-up entrepreneurs use crowdfunding services, so they do not have sufficient funds to support the staff of employees performing various small assignments. Crowdworking just helps entrepreneurs find workers to carry out various projects that can perform a particular job on a free schedule and piece-rate pay. Continue reading
From the beginning of 2015, namely from January 1, amendments and changes to the legislation come into force that affect the entire small and medium-sized business. When planning your budget and management, you must consider all the changes.
Changes in legislation for business in 2015
Labor law in 2015
In labor relations, first of all, the changes will affect administrative law, namely, bringing employers to administrative responsibility for violations of the law. The statute of limitations will change: instead of 2 months, 1 year from the date of the violation or its termination. With this innovation, it will be easier to punish unscrupulous work and bring him to justice. It is too early to speak about the effectiveness of the new law, perhaps positive dynamics could have been unambiguously judged if the statute of limitations had been increased tenfold. As court practice shows, employees often understand offenses even after retirement. Continue reading