It is illegal for employers to discriminate on the basis of a person's protected class. Doing so opens an employer up to litigation. Below, we briefly examine discrimination laws and the basic elements you should understand if you are a business owner or employer in Minnesota.
When people divorce, there are many uncertainties about the next chapter. They need to consider where they will live, whether they will need to get a new job, and what they will do with their newfound freedom. There can be a lot to experience, as well as some difficult lessons to learn.
Contracts are the backbone of successful businesses. They set rules, expectations, and penalties; they define relationships and allow parties to work confidently in the pursuit of shared goals.
Selecting someone to act on your behalf should you become incapacitated or pass away can be a difficult decision. Though most people choose a spouse, an adult child, sibling or parent to fill these roles, the decision is completely up to you.
No employer wants to lose talented, effective employees. Not only is it disappointing to lose a valued worker, but it can also cost more to hire and train someone to take that person's place than it is to retain the employee.