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Best Business Practices for Small Businesses - BPW/FL May

  • May 16, 2024
  • 5:00 PM
  • Virtual - Zoom


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Best Business Practices for Small Businesses

Presented by Samantha Bond Richman

May 16, 2024

5:00 pm, via Zoom

Are you looking to grow your business?  There are many things to consider when you move from solo entrepreneur to being an employer.  This session will cover items such as hiring (e.g., what should the job description include, or not; how should you approach interviewing, and what questions to ask or not; what to do when onboarding new employees), payroll, when is someone an independent contractor vs. an employee, workman's compensation, and outsourcing.  There will be time for questions, so come prepared to learn.


Samantha Bond Richman, President and Founder of Sam Bond Benefit Group, Inc., has provided guidance to business owners seeking solutions for employee benefits, payroll administration, workers’ compensation, liability reduction, and multiple employer 401(k) plans for more than thirty years.  She holds Life, Health & Annuity (2-15) licenses in Florida and Virginia.  Her professional memberships include Business and Professional Women (BPW), the National Association of Benefits and Insurance Professionals (NABIP) and the National Association of Professional Employer Organizations (NAPEO).  Sam Bond Benefit Group is a certified Disadvantaged Woman Owned Business Enterprise (DWBE) and certified Small Business Enterprise (SBE).  A resident of the Tampa Bay area since 1986, Samantha graduated in 1988 with a B.A. in Mass Communications from the University of South Florida.  Currently Samantha and her husband live and work in downtown St. Petersburg, where for fun she is a contributing writer to the Northeast Journal and a struggling golfer. 

Florida Federation of Business and Professional Women is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization.

BPW Florida, PO Box 776, St. Petersburg FL 33731

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