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Employment Law Seminar: Protecting your Small Business when Hiring, Managing, and Firing Employees

Thu 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM
Topic: Legal Issues

Do you want to hire employees, but are overwhelmed by employment regulations? In this class, Attorney at Law, Richard N. Selby, from Dworken & Bernstein Co., L.P.A. will discuss the many laws affecting how you manage employees, from hiring to firing and how to protect your small business from lawsuits. Topics covered include: *Best Practices When Hiring: Important application and interview questions you should ask and what not to ask.  *Job Description and Employee Handbooks: Tips on what you can and cannot legally include; *Payroll, overtime, wage/hour laws; *Compliance with local, state and federal employment laws to prevent and/or deal with harassment and discrimination in the workplace; *How to give employee feedback; *Best Practices when firing an employee:  Being prepared, dealing with difficult employees and avoiding lawsuits. PLEASE NOTE: You must make your payment immediately following the registration portion when registering for this class in order to secure your seat. Seating is very limited for this workshop. No Refunds. This is a brown bag lunch and learn so bring your lunch if you choose! This seminar takes place in the basement meeting rooms A and B at Morley Library in Painesville. Organized by the Ohio SBDC at Lakeland Community College

Speaker(s): Richard N. Selby, Attorney at Law, DWORKEN & BERNSTEIN CO., L.P.A.

Fee: $ 10.00

Please pay by using Mastercard, Visa or Discover

Phone: 440-525-7706


Morley Library
184 Phelps Street
184 Phelps Street, Painesville, Ohio 44077
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