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Why Should I Pay Attention to The Notices Provision in My Contract

If you are a business owner engaging in a partnership, joint venture, or other entrepreneurial arrangement involving multiple parties, the importance of a solid and fair business contract cannot be overstated.

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5 Elements that Should Be in Every Employee Manual

Hiring employees is an exciting step in launching a small business. Whether your business is new or established, though, making sure your employee manual does everything it needs to do is essential.

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Understanding Restrictive Covenant Agreements

When you start a new job, you may be asked to sign a restrictive covenant agreement as a part of your contract. Before you sign, it’s important to understand what you are agreeing to do (or not do)!

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At-Will Employment Explained

Any successful business owner knows that having a great team of great employees behind them is critical for moving the company forward. Sometimes, however, if they don’t feel an employee is performing well, they have to let them go.

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4 Examples of Employer Retaliation

If an employee wishes to file a complaint against their employer because they believe they have acted unlawfully or unethically, they are protected by law against employer retaliation.

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Understanding Your Rights Under the Whistleblower Protection Act

Whistleblowers are those who expose organizations or other public or private bodies, providing information to prove their wrongful actions.

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5 Tips for Discussing Missed Wages with Your Boss

It can be upsetting and irritating if your employer doesn’t pay you on the agreed date or your wages are lower than expected.

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Facing Age Discrimination? Here’s What to Do

The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) was passed in 1967 and helps protect people from age discrimination in the workplace.

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What You Need to Know About Ohio Severance Agreements

The majority of people employed in Ohio don’t have an individual employment contract. Because of this, they are employed “at-will,” which means that generally either an employer or employee can terminate the employment at any time.

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13 Types of Workplace Discrimination

Employment discrimination occurs if an employee or job applicant is mistreated because of who they are. There are many different types of workplace discrimination, and it helps to familiarize yourself with these types of discrimination so you can spot any violations in your workplace.

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