The Disadvantages of Offering Flextime?

Answer Flextime is a scheduling tool that some employers offer their employees as a nonmonetary benefit. An employee and her manager work together to devise a schedule that enables the employee to meet fa... Read More »

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How to Work a Flextime Schedule?

Traditional work hours are a staple of American culture -- weekdays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. But, within the past 20 years, tradition has been losing ground as more employers and employees are embracing f... Read More »

What is a votive offering?

The sight of candles burning in a church can add to the mystical atmosphere some houses of worship maintain. However, candles lit as votive offerings have a much more significant meaning than simpl... Read More »

What Is a 144A Offering?

Rule 144A offerings were enacted by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in 1990. This rule eliminates the two-year holding period for privately-placed securities when sold by a qualified i... Read More »

How to Count the Offering?

Counting the offering in church should be an organized and systematic process. Still, it should be simple.