All posts by Mike Peluso

Mike Peluso writes about the collision between between the business / professional world and life. He also writes about the journey involved with the Peluso Presents efforts including the Blog, Books, and Podcast so that others may benefit from his efforts. From Mike: I spend hundreds of hours working on these articles every year with no compensation other than support I get through donations. You can support with a tip and by Subscribing to the Podcast (and writing a review on iTunes would be really appreciated as well!) One time tips: www.paypal.me/pelusopresents https://venmo.com/pelusopresents

Same sex marriage and Withholding

This is why the two are connected, and how to eliminate most controversy with both.

Coming to Terms – The rule of Incentivization.

What is the incentive? Answer that and you know most of what you need to know.

The Benefits of the doubt

How important are employee benefits?

The Monster Get’s Another One- From Gamasutra – Nintendo’s president, Satoru Iwata, passes away

This isn’t a big thing to people who read this blog..  A senior manager a tech company that passes away, but there is a reason to reflect in the news.  I think the key to […]

Exit Strategy

The day you start is the day you start planning to finish.

Forget the sandwich generation, we are the biscuit generation.

  McDonalds makes a great little breakfast snack and they serve millions and millions of them every day. It’s called a Sausage Biscuit. You may have had one or two of them.. or possibly a […]

The Tyranny of the Twisted Pair

How a thin little copper wire holds the world hostage.

Tomorrow is the 4th of July – but what about PIC Freedom?

What the 4th of July reminds us about the world of the PIC.

The Peluso Policy on PIC Severance: Part Deux

In my last post I discussed the idea of a standard for employer severance that calls for two months of severance for every year the employee has worked for the employer.

The Peluso Policy on PIC Severance.

There is a better way to meet the separation needs of employees and business.