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Here are measures you can take to protect your business:
According to recent statistics, small businesses make up 99.7% of the workforce in the United States. Small businesses are important to the economy and we need you to be successful in running your business. Small businesses are also prone to common and avoidable legal mistakes. The two primary reasons why small businesses end up in court is from problems with either contracts or employees.
How Compliant Is Your Small Business?
Today, we live in an era of economic and financial volatility where small businesses have their work cut out for them. It’s a daily challenge to keep your small business competitive while hitting sales and generating profits. In a bid to stay in business, it is vital to carry out routine checks on your business.
On completion of this routine checkup, the challenges and problems the business is facing should be identified. The next step is to layout strategic plans that will help put the business in order. An attorney should be your first point of call for this exercise.
These regular checks help in ascertaining the profitability of your business by:
- Figuring out who your professional advisors are which should comprise people from other professions such as lawyer, accountant, insurance advisor, and a business coach.
- Ensuring that your business documents still suit your business needs as your business advances and grows. This should include reviewing and updating if necessary: the entity agreements (Operating or Shareholder), employee handbook, any policies, and procedures.
- Conducting scheduled training for employees to help them understand their roles and responsibilities. This will help them stay informed on any policy changes; update to job descriptions, and keep you in legal compliance with EEO regulations.
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How would your business survive a lawsuit costing $150k+ and lasting 2-3 years? You can’t control that one person who wants to sue you, but you can make it very difficult for any legal action to be successful. It’s up to you on how prepared you are.