Eagle has a long-standing tradition where each holiday season, we invite our clients and contractors to join us in spreading holiday cheer. Once again, we were so excited by this year’s results and the charities we helped, that we created a video to tell the world!
It’s cold outside! The holidays are supposed to be calming and relaxing, but it never works out like that. If you’re looking for something to warm you up and some sugar to give you a boost, look no further! This infographic from sheknows shows the hottest hot chocolate recipes of the season, there’s something in here for everybody!
Today is the start of Kwanzaa! If you’re not among the many Canadians celebrating this holiday with others around the world, then take a minute to learn more about it. This eye-opening infographic will surely teach you at least one new fact about this tradition.
If you haven’t already started your vacation, you will soon have at least a few days off, and this is the time of year where we somehow manage to get out of shape in just a few days. This year, rather than setting a New Years’ Resolution to get back into shape, why not ensure that you don’t get out of shape? How? With the help of this infographic from Cleveland Clinic which provides 8 Tips for Healthy Holiday Eating, so you can keep on top of your eating habits before they escalate out of control.
This jolly man makes his way into many homes over the holiday season, spreading cheer and bringing presents to children around the world. Along with his bag full of gifts, Santa Claus also carries some of the best leadership traits one can have. Don’t believe us? Just skim through this infographic from Officevibe and see what you can learn.
On Average, How Much Vacation Do You Take Each Year?
With the holiday season approaching, many employees are booking multi-week vacations. A common downside of being an independent contractor is that you don’t get paid for vacation. When you decide it’s time for a well-earned break, you have to consider that fact that if you’re not working on a client’s project, you’re not invoicing and, therefore, not getting any income.
With all that in mind, it’s still important for everybody, employee or contractor, to unplug and enjoy their lives and the people in them. This month, we’re wondering what that means for independent contractors. Do you find you take less vacation than a typical employee? More?