Uber has seen its fair share of lawsuits in the last few years. Some of the lawsuits are arguably growing pains for a company that virtually exploded in size once it hit an apparently massively underserved and untapped market around the nation.
If you have ever endured a tedious conversation in which you and another person repeatedly defer to one another about where to go for lunch, you already know the challenges in store if you decide to go into business with a partner. Two minds are not always better than one, especially if they have no framework in which to make vital decisions.
Landlords often get a bad rap, even in the world of fiction. TV shows and movies often portray landlords as sleazy or miserly unless they are depressed and apathetic. If you are a property manager, you may either find these stereotypes entertaining or insulting. Even if you aren't the owner of the building, your job managing the property may be something you take seriously and do with pride.
If you're a landlord, you may have started to consider hiring a property management company. It isn't a particularly bad idea, because it can save you from a number of legal hassles.
Your business is important to you, and you likely want your employees to represent you well. Additionally, you certainly want your workers to get along and share a common workplace philosophy. Finally, when you consider candidates for open positions in your company, you probably want someone who is not going to place you or your brand at risk.
When an employee develops a medical condition that affects his or her ability to function, employers have a legal obligation to make certain accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act. However, there are times when an employee will make it difficult, at best, to do what's necessary.
Can you mix love and business without ruining both?