6 Times When An Employer Needs to Hire an Employment Attorney

by Evil HR Lady on October 31, 2017

Do you want to make more money? Of course, we all do.

Sorry, I was channeling my inner Sally Struthers, which really dates me, and it wasn’t even my point.

What I should ask is “do you want to save more money?”  Everybody says that yes, yes, they do, especially from a business setting. You don’t want to pay more than you absolutely have to. As a result, businesses sometimes cut corners where they shouldn’t.

For instance, employment attorneys. If you’re a business owner or an HR manager, you need a relationship with one. It doesn’t have to be a big firm and it doesn’t have to be expensive.  You may think you know everything you need to, and your employees love you and would never sue anyway.

Ha, ha, ha. Wishful thinking. I’ve put together some ideas on when you’ll want to save money in the long run by spending some money now in hiring an employment attorney.

To read it, hop over to The Balance and read 6 Times When An Employer Needs to Hire an Employment Attorney

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Maria Rose October 31, 2017 at 10:59 pm

Anyone who has a small business, should have an attorney, especially if business becomes more than a solo operation.


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