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    The number of people applying for U.S. unemployment benefits ticked down last week after dropping sharply the previous week, evidence hiring could pick up this month.

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  • Letters

    Vapor retarders in North Carolina; cost of curved coffered ceiling; hiring illegal immigrants

  • Letters

    Safety at gunpoint; air movement and R-value; hiring illegals; tough jeans

  • Team Hiring - A Group Decision

    I'm a remodeler in Northern California and do about $1.5 million per year in kitchens, baths, and whole-house remodels. Much of the work is subbed, so we can do this volume with a relatively small full-time crew; currently we have two in the office and three in the field.

  • Legal Adviser: Is Speaking English a Valid Job Requirement?

    Is speaking English a valid job requirement?

  • Legal Adviser: Keeping New Hires Legal

    How to question an immigrant’s legal status

  • Legal Adviser: Hiring Your Spouse

    When you hire your spouse

  • Q&A: What To Delegate First

    Q: We asked a dozen builders and remodelers across the country about their experiences in starting and growing their businesses. Here is their wisdom, gleaned from the school of hard knocks, on everything from hiring and delegating to estimating and charging for design.

  • Answers to Ten Tough Business Questions

    We asked a dozen builders and remodelers across the country about their experiences in starting and growing their businesses. Here is their wisdom, gleaned from the school of hard knocks, on everything from hiring and delegating to estimating and charging for design.