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Depending on the state you operate in, you may be required to provide paid sick leave for your employees.
If you aren't paying eligible employees for the overtime hours they work, you may end up facing fines or even legal action.
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Failure to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation can have serious financial consequences.
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Educate yourself and your employees on the types of speech that are protected in the workplace.
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If you operate a small fleet, you may be required to adhere to new regulations.
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Learn how small businesses are taxed and what tax breaks small business owners can take advantage of.
Learn what policies protect transgender, nonbinary and gender-nonconforming employees.
Here are 17 legal tools that will help you run your business.
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It's common for people to be confused about the patent process. We answer your FAQs.
Due to COVID-19, more employees are teleworking, and this can be a benefit for those with disabilities. But telework presents new issues that employers must address to ensure digital accessibility.
The business.com community regularly asks for advice on removing shareholders from a company. We reached out to expert sources for some insight.
If you are entering a business partnership, it's important to understand the rules of a partnership agreement and how to create one. Here's what you need to know about partnership agreements.
As restrictions start to lift, a big question remains: Will governments and lawsuits force insurance providers to cover businesses' coronavirus-related losses?
Understand how the Family and Medical Leave Act applies to your business and what you need to do to comply with its regulations.
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Is your original business structure no longer a good fit for your company? Change it.