Federal Employment Laws By The Numbers
by Christina M. Michelson on May 13, 2013
Many federal employment laws only apply to businesses with a certain number of employees. While many laws set the threshold at 50 workers, small businesses often make the mistake of assuming that this is true across the board.
Because failing to comply with federal employment laws can lead to costly liability, it is important to fully understand your obligations. Most federal employment statutes describe who is a “covered” employee.
Below are a few common examples:
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