Any business, large or small, needs to have at least a fundamental understanding of employment law. What must an employer do upon making a hire to make sure the worker is a U.S. citizen? When is a worker an independent contractor and when is she an employee? How does an employer make sure it is making proper withholdings? What does an employer do when it receives notice of a wage garnishment? What should an employer do if an employee tries to start a union? What is the best way to avoid a wrongful termination suit? What does an employer need to know about workers’ compensation insurance? What are some of the most common mistakes new employers make? Should an employer use a written employment agreement with its employees? These are some of the questions this webinar explores.
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