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What Do California Employers Need To Know About COVID-19?

The COVID-19 pandemic has created hardships for millions of Americans. Business owners face tremendous challenges …

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I Am A Small Employer, And I Got Notice That I Am Subject To A New York Department Of Labor Audit. What Are They Going To Be Looking For And How Should I Prepare??

The first question we must ask is what a Department of Labor (DOL) audit is and why an employer may find …

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Can I be sued by my employees in Connecticut?

Connecticut is an at-will employment state. Unless there is a contractual agreement between the employer and the …

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Can my employer enforce restrictive covenants against me in Ohio?

Advancements in technology have made us more connected and mobile now than we have ever been. That creates new …

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As a business owner, what preventative measures can I take to ensure I don't get sued for discrimination in California?

The best measures to take are:  Have solid employee education through handbooks and trainingProvide …

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