Tag: employment law

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4 Ways to Ask for a Job Reference

A good job reference can make you stand out from other candidates. Use these tips when asking for references to help you land your dream job.

/ May 22, 2018
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Do I Have to Disclose My Sexual Orientation to My Boss?

This is a common question that many LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) individuals struggle with in the United States. In this blog, we discuss strategies for managing the transition of coming out at work, and the state of LGBT law...

/ October 18, 2017
15 Questions You Can’t Ask Employees [Infographic]

15 Questions You Can’t Ask Employees [Infographic]

It can be difficult to know what you can and cannot ask a potential hire or employee during the interview and hiring process. Find out what you should avoid in this infographic.

/ October 11, 2017
What Every Employer Should Know About Workplace Safety

What Every Employer Should Know About Workplace Safety

The National Safety Council estimates that workplace fatalities and injuries cost the economy $198.2 billion per year. Learn why safety should be a priority for your company and how to implement safe work practices in your business.

/ September 30, 2014
The Non-Compete Clause: Is it Enforceable?

The Non-Compete Clause: Is it Enforceable?

Non-competition terms are becoming increasingly common in employment contracts, but are these clauses enforceable?

/ July 22, 2014
How to Classify Workers in a Small Business

How to Classify Workers in a Small Business

As a small business owner, it's your responsibility to properly classify your workers as either employees or independent contractors to comply with employment laws.

/ June 24, 2014