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Wisconsin Small Business News

  • 5 Key Wisconsin Small Business Issues You Should know AboutNFIB/Wisconsin State Director Bill G. Smith: NFIB continues to work on pro-small business agenda.

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  • Are You OSHA Compliant in 2016?Keeping up with ever-changing OSHA requirements is no small task, especially with a slew of new rules for 2016. NFIB's free on-demand webinar will get you on the right track and help you avoid hefty fines for non-compliance.

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  • Expanded Family and Medical Leave in Wisconsin?NFIB/Wisconsin: “What small business owners need in their relationship with their workers is flexibility.”

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  • SMALL BUSINESS APPLAUDS GOVERNOR WALKERS ACCOMPLISHMENTS, LOOKS FORWARD TO MORE TO COMEThe following remarks may be attributed Bill G. Smith, Wisconsin National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) state director regarding Governor Walker’s state of the state this evening.

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  • Wisconsin Lawmakers to Address Workers’ Compensation ChangesSmall business owners could see a system that's more business-friendly in 2016.

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  • 2016 Wisconsin Business Day in Madison – February 2414th Annual Business Day in Madison. Sign up today take advantage of the early bird registration of $135.

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    Wisconsin Small Business Issues

  • Preserve Subcontractor and Franchisee IndependenceMillions of small subcontractors and franchisees are worried that because of a recent National Labor Relations Board ruling they could lose control of their business and new business opportunities due to the new joint employer standard. This NLRB ruling fundamentally changes the joint employer rules and could be devastating to franchise and subcontracting businesses. Tell Congress to Preserve Subcontractor and Franchisee Independence.

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  • Are Your Representatives Fighting the Latest Obamacare Penalty?Tell Congress to protect small businesses from the latest catastrophic Internal Revenue Service penalties created in the healthcare law.

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