You’re ready to hire employees, congratulations! Now what? Hiring employees can be scary, not only because of the cost, but also because of the potential liability to you and your business if you do not hire and manage your employees properly. To help ease your mind and arm you with the information you need to feel confident about hiring employees, here are 6 steps to follow:
We get it, insurance can be confusing and boring. You’re at that stage of your business where you’re ready to get running. But before you go full speed ahead, don’t overlook insurance! Having the right insurance will help protect you, your business, your employees, and your property.
Choosing your business name seems like a simple task, however it’s easier said than done. Follow this multi-step process to ensure you’re on the right track and setting your business up correctly.
Are you thinking about starting a business? If so, it is important to be aware that there are many legal issues to consider that will affect your business. Here are some of the major idea milestones and the legal issues that they raise.
Starting or running a business is no easy task. As a small business owner, you’re guaranteed to wear many hats. Your greatest asset will be to keep an open mind and a willingness to tackle any challenge.
If you’re a business owner you’ve probably had many interviews to find candidates for open positions. In this article we outline what topics to avoid asking during the interview process.
There comes a time when an employee will need to take a leave from their job. It is the responsibility of the employer to know and understand what their rights are.
Whether you are starting a business or already in business, having a lawyer by your side is paramount to helping you ensure you’re taking the proper steps to protect yourself and your business and setting yourself up for future success.
After working in law firms for ten years, I saw how the upfront retainer fee, hourly rates, and uncertainty of overall costs kept many small businesses from getting the representation they need and deserve.