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When considering the status of individuals supporting the organization, deciding between a contractor and an employee is not a simple question to resolve. While the "advantages" of avoiding full time employees may be appealing, the dangers of inappropriate classification cannot be ignered.
Should you DIY or hire a contractor? We talk to pros who know. When it comes to deciding on DIY home projects, there are so many factors to consider: skills, tools, time, budget, and willingness to get dirty. So how much can you do yourself, and how much should you do? We're talking DIY or hire a contractor on this episode of MyFixitUpLife.
From demo to decorating, we're breaking down the DIY dilemma with a few of our favorite experts.
DIY Network's Mike Holmes tells us how he tools up Holmes Makes it Right sites to keep them safe and movin' at full-tilt boogie speed.
Restaurant Impossible designer Taniya Nayak dials us in on when it's best to DIY or hire a pro.
And 'Roger That!' hosts and designers Roger Stout-Hazard and Chris Stout-Hazard give get-it-done advice for going all-in or subbing it out.
Design, build, decorate, renovate: It's an all-pro DIY show.
Interview with John E. Craig, Sr., a former Demolition Contractor, and current Landfill Owner located in Columbus, Ohio. Tune in for this exciting interview and hear nuggets of wisdom offered from this great community activist and African American Business Owner. Additionally, you'll get to hear his comedic side at the age of 84 years old.
Before you hire a handyman, contractor or the kid down the street to do work in or around your home, there are a few things you should know. Don't open yourself up to be sued or to be taken advantage of. Tune in to this weeks show to find out how to protect yourself when inviting workers into your home.
Welcome to the #PMChat Pre-Game Show! Join your hosts Hala Saleh, Robert Kelly, and Rob Prinzo as they interview some of the leading experts across project management, leadership and other business disciplines. This session will prove to be the most valuable 15-minutes of your week! For this epidsode, we will be joined by the awesome Lindsay Scott, of Arras People in the UK. Lindsay Scott co-founded Arras People in 2002 following a career at Esso and Hewlett Packard.
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Barrett and Tish discuss the need for contractors and public adjusters to work together and why the should work together. They will also talk about the open opportunity for contractors to earn substantial supplemental income as licensed public adjusters. Tune in at 11:30am on Thursdays or call to listen at 424-675-8242.
Freelancing as an independent contractor is a lifestyle design strategy that can help you reinvent your career, and make money while doing it. To explore the potential that freelance work online may have for you, my new guest is Fabio Rosati, CEO of eLance.com, one of the top freelance project marketplaces online. New Podcast: Lifestyle Design Strategies as a Fun Flexible Freelancer In this exclusive interview, eLance.com CEO Fabio Rosati and I discuss how freelance project conttractor work ca
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Babalorisa Ogun-ori-ota Awo Fategbe Fatunmbi omo awo Falokun Fatunmbi Olori Ile Iwa Pele Miami firstname.lastname@example.org 786-908-2595 O.k., so i'm Puerto Rican, i was born in Los Angeles, most of grade school in Puerto Rico where I was introduced to the religion as practiced there. My father was a healer and my mother a medium. We lived in a City which was known as "La Ciudad de los Brujos" - "the city of the witchdoctors." But when we moved back to the states my parents pretty much left the religion behind. I did other things for spiritual connectivity. When I moved to Gainesville Florida in 1998 to start grad school, I met a brother who practiced "traditional" but actually it was more Oyotunji mix. What appealed to me the most at the time was the early warning system and technology to stay on path. I was initiated into Ifa by awo Falokun Fatunmbi in May 2011 after about five years of having the first hand. I have two daughters, ages 6 and 12. I have gotten the nickname 'Papa Gallina" - Daddy Hen, cuz I spend a lot of time with my girls and am very protective. I teach English at a college in Miami. I used to be a carpenter/contractor, but broke my back.
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Home Project #5
Topic: Common Vocabulary Part II*********************** A home renovation project has a lot of ups and downs being prepared will help.
Who should listen:
-If you are a homeowner
-If you have projects that need to be completed
-If you have projects you want to be completed
-If you are not a DIY person and would prefer to hire someone
-If you are a DIY person but do not have the time