Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan has proposed a 51 cent tax on rides to fund affordable housing projects
by Marian McPherson | Sep 19
California's new gig-work law aims to regulate employment status, but it's easier said than done
by Bernice Ross | Sep 10
Brokers and agents in California need to start adjusting their roles as the law defining contractors v employees is upended
by Bernice Ross | May 13
Four real estate pros weigh in on the deal and how it could be a game-changer for traditional brokers and iBuyers alike
by Marian McPherson | Sep 13
The complaints by former agent Michael Lissack against his employer could lead to costly litigation and disruption across brokerages
by Bernice Ross | Jul 27
Do you have a plan B? Here are some ideas on paths forward for agents and brokers
by Bernice Ross | Jul 11
The Dynamex minimum wage decision worries me now more than ever
by Bernice Ross | Jul 9
What's a broker to do if one of his or her agents asks to consume on the job for medical reasons?
by Andrea V. Brambila | Apr 7
How team owner Bob Sokoler transitioned from a reliable salary to the commission structure
by Inman | Nov 21
It might be the best thing that's happened to the industry in a long time
by Jose Perez | Sep 24
6 significant factors determine how the employee-employer relationship should work
by Kimberly Manning | Jul 21
Although many aren't loving the prospect, there are some benefits to the change
by Bernice Ross | May 4
Steps brokers and agent leaders can take to prevent costly legal action
by Bernice Ross | Jan 26
Labor laws and compensation make doing business tricky
by Bernice Ross | Jan 19
Tips to grow your business in 2015
by Bernice Ross | Dec 29