TOP 10 EMPLOYMENT LAW MISTAKES MADE BY BUSINESSES

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California businesses need to exercise care when considering how to cut personnel costs. Especially in today's economy, many companies are trying to contain or reduce expenses while trying to maintain their margins. Since many business costs are fixed, expenses related to human resources sometimes present a tempting area in which to find savings. Many businesses have learned the hard way however, that the legal issues which often result from cutting corners in personnel matters can be very expensive to resolve and can often lead to litigation. Especially here in California, the cost of defending an employment lawsuit could be debilitating for the small and medium-size business. In the interest of “preventative law” here is a list of ten of the most common mistakes businesses make in the area of California employment law.

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