Every organization should have a telecommuting policy in place to protect the organization and promote best practice with its employees, now more than ever during stay-at-home orders. We discuss best practices here.
The COVID-19 global pandemic has many employers wondering how much longer they can afford to keep their workers employed. How can employers avoid layoffs while protecting the financial health of the organization?
Cases of COVID-19 have now been confirmed in all 50 states and the virus is spreading across the country. What do employers need to know about doing business during the COVID-19 pandemic?
In our last post on SaaS contracts, we discuss different aspects of contracting for a SaaS agreement, including considering the types of provider, and negotiating tips.
This post discusses several common provisions of SaaS contracts, including price and billing, ending the contract, data security, problem-shooting, and covering liability.
Severance agreements can be useful, but are they valid? This post reviews and discusses some pointers to creating enforceable severance agreements.
Does your current sick leave policy expose your organization to legal liability? Discover best practice tips when drafting a sick leave policy and protect your organization.
The Department of Labor has proposed changes to joint-employer status under the Fair Labor Standards Act and clarified the responsibilities of joint employers to employees. Here’s what employers need to know.
A social media policy can protect your company’s public image but drafting one can be complex. Here are some tips and legal precautions for your social media policy.
Businesses may often find they need Software as a Service contracts, but not be sure how they work and how to negotiate for them. This series explains SaaS negotiations.