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A great structure is having an internal champion present on each team, unit, office, etc. that can easily provide answers to benefit questions. This structure is particularly important if the company is spread across several locations without HR on the ground in each locale. On the more proacti...

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It always comes down to taxes. What is your goal? Save on taxes? if it is then profit sharing is a must. Making the company employee owned gives a huge tax break, while giving out equity forces to you and your employees to submit that as assets at the end of each year, while corporate team has su...

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Next time, get this stuff figured out at the start and written down in your Operating Agreement. The OA tells everyone what the agreements are on how things like this will be done. You may be able to do that now, but it's going to be more challenging to get to consensus today. You're pretty much...

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Hi, Interesting idea. My only concerns are these: 1. Budget limitations...companies would still have to pay for a whole month of rent + travel + food...etc. 2. Many (most?) employees have families - so leaving them for a whole month might be difficult and not in their interest. Good luck I've ...

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Instead of repeating the wisdom of others, I'll link to it below. Here is a great blog post on hiring your first salesperson: http://tomtunguz.com/when-to-hire-a-salesperson Also, Mark Suster has written a ton of great post on his blog about startup sales. http://www.bothsidesofthetable.com/o...

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If you're in Canada, there are two options: - Some insurance companies will offer employee benefits coverage to companies with as few as 2 employees. - You can join an association plan (there are many out there), where you're part of a larger pool of many small companies and the claims & premiums...

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