Tag Archives: employment law

Community Engagement and the “Good Guy” Escape Hatch

Everyone wants to be the good guy.

As a business owner, being the “good guy” by engaging your business in the local community through volunteerism and charitable giving can have a positive impact on both parties.

The larger or more public-facing your business is, the...

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What every business owner need to know before hiring their first employee

For most businesses, some kind of growth is usually the goal.

The problem becomes that when you grow your business, it can become harder to step away from that business for your own personal life, vacations or other ventures. If you’re business is growing and you want to maintain your sanity, you’ll need help with day-to-day...
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Laws, Rules, & Regulations that May Not Apply to Your Small Businesses

An extraordinary number of laws, rules, and regulations govern businesses and their employees.

As a small business, these rules and regulations may seem overwhelming at times, but the good news is that small businesses may be exempt from one or more of them depending on its number of employees. Here are just a few examples of...
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Independent Contractor or Employee: It’s Very Easy to Cross the Line

Independent contractor or employee - its easy to cross the line by Davis Law Group PC

Many businesses prefer to hire independent contractors because there’s often less overhead and fewer expenses such as covering taxes or benefits.

However, classify a true employee as an independent contractor and you’re in...
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