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Gain an understanding of how to stay compliant with the proper contracting processes to avoid potential pitfalls. Employers are increasingly relying on employment contracts to attract and retain top talent and protect...
Get up to speed on the most significant Wisconsin employment law and labor issues.As the COVID-19 public health crisis continues to disrupt workplaces and the economy, Wisconsin employers have also faced new and...
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Learn about proven strategies to reduce self-employment taxes and comply with the strict guidelines of the IRS.Many self-employed individuals struggle with paying the self-employment tax in addition to the income tax.
Learn best practices of how to properly document events that occur during all stages of the employment relationship.Most employers recognize the importance of documenting employee performance concerns during employment.
Gain valuable information on employment law updates in Mississippi.This material is designed to update you on the hottest topics in employment law in Mississippi.
Learn how to best avoid ethical pitfalls that could arise in the employment relationship.The employment relationship is a symbiotic relationship between company and employee with each side needing something from the...
Make sure your policies and procedures are in compliance with all of the recent changes to Federal employment law.A number of significant changes to Federal employment law have taken place in recent years.
Stay abreast of the most current state employment laws in New Mexico.Many small and midsize businesses struggle to keep up with the developments and requirements of state employment laws.
Learn the fundamentals of labor and employment law, as well as how to perform legal duties related to this area of law.Very little about labor and employment law is intuitive.
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Learn how to minimize the impact of employment related litigation and settlements to your bottom line. There is no shortage of employment-related litigation these days, and employers are constantly defending themselves...
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