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  • Knowing your competition and Establishing your Market Niche to set your Startup Apart
    by Robert A. Adelson on July 7, 2020 at 5:35 pm

    For the founder and entrepreneur launching a startup company, it is important understand the market for your products or services, and to understand your competition when you enter that market. When you are seeking angel or VC investment or trying to recruit co-founders and first employees or contractors, all will be looking for your competitive [… […]

  • Is your business running at full pace in the WFH (Work From Home) world?
    by Graham Binks on June 11, 2020 at 3:44 pm

    Working from home is the current norm for many businesses that can function with dispersed staff. The challenge for many of the CEOs is simple—they’ve never run a remote business, are uncomfortable doing so, and would never have chosen to disperse their teams. […]

  • New Developments for Employee Furloughs in Massachusetts
    by Robert A. Adelson on April 1, 2020 at 7:28 pm

    New Massachusetts. emergency regulations now allow limited eligibility for state unemployment benefits in connection with a furlough of employees if this employer action to furlough employees is the result of lack of work due to COVID 19/Coronavirus pandemic crisis.  […]

  • From Career Paths to Career Zig Zags
    by Brynne Kennedy on March 30, 2020 at 7:03 pm

    Where my father and grandfather’s generations expected stable employment with one company in a 9-5 setting, much of the current generation increasingly seeks tours of duty across companies and departments with flexible work structures, such as working from home, working from co-working spaces, or working from just about anywhere. […]

  • Layoff, Furlough or Other Employee Cut Backs
    by Robert A. Adelson on March 30, 2020 at 6:43 pm

    This article discusses current employment law in Massachusetts and other states as well as legal issues regarding layoffs, furloughs, change in employees from full-time to part-time, and change of employees from salaried to hourly, as related to the current COVID-19 / Coronavirus pandemic crisis. […]