Resolving Payroll Hiccups – A Leader’s Perspective

By Rick Colosimo / January 25, 2022 / Comments Off on Resolving Payroll Hiccups – A Leader’s Perspective

It’s really rare these days for a growing company to ever do its payroll by hand. Everyone signs up for a traditional payroll service, such as ADP or Paychex, or a newer SaaS payroll service such as Gusto. I’ve seen companies go through this drill more than once. Two in particular stick out as having…

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Another reason you need a board

By Rick Colosimo / April 12, 2016 / Comments Off on Another reason you need a board

The HBR recently shared the results of a study showing that an increase in the amount of flattery received by a CEO disproportionately increased the likelihood of the CEO being fired. “You look mahvelous” Flattering the CEO increases chance of getting [him] fired — rickcolosimo (@rickcolosimo) November 5, 2013 That link is dead: look…

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CEO privilege

By Rick Colosimo / May 15, 2015 / Comments Off on CEO privilege

Many of my clients are founders and CEOs of their companies. Sometimes, they’re inexperienced in this role, regardless of how old they are or how much education they have. One of my common themes for some of these folks is the “you’re the boss” speech. When you are the CEO, you are the captain of…

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There are no legal issues

By Rick Colosimo / August 6, 2013 / Comments Off on There are no legal issues

This Lifehacker post attempts to answer the question of how someone should handle befuddling legal documents, like terms of service, leases, car rental contracts, and so on. The easy answer is in the article: of course you should read everything. The problem is that that’s not what lawyers actually say and do because it’s advice…

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