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Are Small Business Regulations Killing You?

If you are overwhelmed by all of the regulations small businesses are facing these days and need some straightforward guidance on how to respond to the mandates aimed at your operation, then the North American Retail Hardware Association (NRHA) has some insights to offer you.

The association will host a seminar titled “I Want to Run My Business but Regulations Are Killing Me” on Tuesday, Sept. 20, in Greenwood, Indiana.

The session is free to retailers and will be conducted by Brent Tilson, president and CEO of Tilson HR, one of the nation’s leading professional employer organizations (PEO) and one of NRHA’s newest business services partners.

The educational session will begin with breakfast and networking at 8 a.m. and will run until 9:30 a.m.

During the session, Tilson and his team will review regulations such as the Affordable Care Act and its impact on business owners, Fair Labor Standards Act mandates on exempt and nonexempt employees, developing retirement plans, gender neutral trends and the impact of this year’s presidential election on small businesses.

For more information, please email dgowan@nrha.org. To RSVP for the session, please go to www.tilsonhr.com/rsvp.

About Dan Tratensek

In his position as publisher of Hardware Retailing magazine, Dan has the opportunity to visit with independent retailers of all types and sizes and use these visits to shape the editorial direction of the magazine to meet the needs of the independent hardware retail market. Dan also oversees NRHA’s other publishing projects, which include a range of special interest publications, contract publishing titles, online content and more. Dan formerly worked as an editor and reporter for Hardware Retailing and has been involved in business journalism and news reporting for the past two decades

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