by Ahmed Younies and Jacquelyn Peterson Published Monday, October 19, 2015 Duration – 15:00
Many employers approach being a federal contractor based on what they read or hear…enforcement, audit, penalties, etc. Ahmed Younies, President and CEO of HR Unlimited, Inc., shares his perspective on how employers should approach being a federal contractor and subcontractor, and it might surprise you.
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