Tag: employment contract

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Should Employers Look at Social Media When Hiring?

Even though 70% of employers use social media to screen candidates, should you? Find out the risks of looking at an applicant’s Facebook or Twitter in this post.

/ January 3, 2018
How to End a Seasonal Contract on a Good Note

How to End a Seasonal Contract on a Good Note

Whether you’re a manager who wants to ensure a great employee returns next year or a student who wants to obtain a reference, it’s important to end the season on a good note. Employers and employees can follow these tips...

/ August 11, 2016
The Non-Compete Clause: Is it Enforceable?

The Non-Compete Clause: Is it Enforceable?

Non-competition terms are becoming increasingly common in employment contracts, but are these clauses enforceable?

/ July 22, 2014
15 Questions You Can't Ask Employees

15 Questions You Can’t Ask Employees

Some questions that many people ask during interviews are actually illegal. Take a look at this post to see what you, as an employer, can and can't ask your potential or current employees.

/ June 26, 2014
How to Classify Workers in a Small Business

How to Classify Workers in a Small Business

As a small business owner, it's your responsibility to properly classify your workers as either employees or independent contractors to comply with employment laws.

/ June 24, 2014
3 Ways Employers Can Protect Confidentiality in the Workplace

3 Ways Employers Can Protect Confidentiality in the Workplace

Here are three ways in which an employer can mitigate privacy risks in the workplace.

/ May 8, 2014