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Yes, there are differences between employment agreements and contracts and it’s important to know what you’re getting yourself into with either one. The main difference between the two is that employment agreements reflect an at-will employment relationship; meaning the employer can fire the worker for any reason or no reason at all, as long as...
If you are a restaurant owner or manager, you know just how challenging managing your employees can be.  There seem to be over a million laws to follow on top of hiring workers that may be with you for 2 year or a mere 2 days. In large part, restaurants and bars are easy targets for...
As employers we are often excited for the summer months when students are looking for internships to fulfill some academic requirement. We’re thinking, “Great! Free labor!” But, is it really? Your interns must meet the definition of a “trainee” otherwise they will be deemed an employee and entitled to minimum wage for all work performed....
In my personal experience, most of America has a general dislike for attorneys even though most people agree that lawyers provide valuable information and are a great asset to your team. I think most people are Starting a business and running a business is no easy task. In addition to actually executing your craft, you...
8 July 2015 - 21:00, by , in business, employee relations, employment law, growth strategies, hiring employees, Comments off
Employment law is a complicated matter and can be difficult for small business owners to handle. Protecting your small business from legal issues is simple if you ensure that you adhere to laws and regulations at all times, most of which are available on labor law posters that are required to be on display for...