The Legal Fundamentals of Hiring E-Book

The Legal Fundamentals of Hiring E-Book

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At some point, every business owner reaches a crossroad in their business: they must either grow their team and scale that growth, or spend time trying to figure out how to continue alone. Most of those business owners jump at the chance of bringing on that outside help- but they don’t realize the plethora of legal considerations inherently involved.

Employment law is one of the most expansive and complicated areas of law, so it’s no wonder that business owners stumble when they try to navigate these waters on their own. Assisting my clients in the hiring process has been one of my favorite parts of my job, and I’ve collected everything I tell my clients here, such as:

  • The difference between an employee and an independent contractor; why you need to care and how you can know the difference

  • Everything you need to know about hiring an intern: paid, unpaid, or externship

  • How to (legally) hire a VA, and scary scenarios to protect yourself from

  • Proprietary information concerns in the hiring process

  • When to bring in Online Business Managers (OBMS) and strategists

  • And last but not least- an overview of what I want you to know before you bring on an employee

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Congratulations on taking the most important step in protecting your business! I sincerely believe that my prior experience as a contract litigator for businesses was the best preparation I could have asked for in building strong contracts for creatives. After drafting contracts for everyone from small businesses to publicly traded corporations, and then litigating them in court, each of my contracts are drafted with the care and protection that only real life experience can get you. Each contract is drafted by a lawyer, and reviewed by an industry professional with at least 3 years of professional experience before it is listed in the Creative Law Shop. Do you have any questions or concerns regarding your purchase? You can reach my team any time at support@shopcreativelaw.com.