Employment

Employees are the backbone of any company.  They can also be the biggest challenge and liability.  Not having the resources for a full-time Human Resource manager makes matters worse.  There are a lot of things that can be done to overcome this issue.  Here are some of the issues that a business owner should be thinking about:

  • Development of Hiring Guidelines
  • Dealing with Employment and Executive Compensation
  • Understanding Independent Contractors, Leased Workers and Outsourcing
  • Understanding Immigration Law Requirements for Employers
  • Understanding Wage and Hour Laws
  • Understanding Vacation, Family and Medical Leave and Other Time Off laws
  • Understanding Tax Compliance
  • Understanding Unemployment Compensation and State Disability Insurance
  • Compliance with Notice-Posting, Training and Recordkeeping Requirements
  • Development of an Employee Handbook
  • Understanding Unfair Competition and Trade Secret Protection
  • Workplace safety
  • Workplace privacy
  • Employer Liability for Acts of Employees
  • Discriminations and Harassment Issues
  • Whistleblower Issues
  • Workplace Investigation
  • Discipline and Termination
  • Reductions in Force and Plant Closure
  • Insurance Coverage for Employment Claims
  • Mediation and Arbitration of Employment Disputes

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