Hiring and Firing Employees is a Big Deal!
- Are you set up to withhold taxes?
- Do you know how to stop your employees or former employees from stealing your ideas or your customers?
- Do you have an Employee Handbook?
If not done correctly, hiring and firing employees can be very risky for a business.
Hiring and firing employees is your greatest risk areas in your business
Are You Ready to Hire Employees?
Perhaps your business requires employees. Or perhaps you have reached the point where you can no longer do it alone and you need help. Hiring and firing employees is the single most expensive part of your business, bar none. As a small business owner, the decision to hire employees is a big one that is full of unexpected legal issues that can creep up and cost you significant amounts of time and money if not done correctly. Most small business owners simply have no idea how to go about hiring and firing employees, not just from a legal perspective, but from a how to run your business perspective as well. For instance, do you need to, and are you set up to withhold taxes? What stops your employee from stealing your ideas or customers and starting his or her own business? Should you have an employee handbook? What happens if you need to part ways with an employee?
Hiring and firing employees is your greatest area of risk in your business. I can help you mitigate that risk. Before you decide to do either, please contact me for help. This is truly one of those areas where relatively small amount of assistance from a small business lawyer on the front end can save you significant amounts of time and money later on.
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