The Los Angeles Superior Court is dedicated to serving their community by providing equal access to justice through fair, timely, and efficient resolution of all cases. Locate your local courthouse, get your questions answered, get forms, and file all from this site.
Nolo helps consumers and small businesses find answers to their everyday legal and business questions. With over 50 web properties, the Nolo Network is one of the web’s largest libraries of consumer-friendly legal information – all available for free.
The CEAC provides low-cost seminars, connects employers with Employer Advisory Councils and Employment Development Department, updates employers about pending legislation, and represents employers on panels, boards, and advisory groups.
Halogen Software offers strategic talent management services to help each customer build a world-class workforce that is aligned, inspired, and delivers exceptional results. Find a list of downloadable HR forms such as performance reviews, job descriptions, feedback forms, and planning templates.
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A Partnership Agreement helps avoid conflict, which may arise between partners. This is only an example of a partnership agreement. Generally, a partnership agreement will cover aspects such as the primary business of the partnership, details of the partners, roles and responsibilities, voting rights, capital contributions, ownership shares, profit and loss distributions, financial reporting/taxation issues, transfer rights, termination, and ultimately how disputes will be handled.
In 2012 alone, the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ordered that $365,400,000 (that’s 365.4 million dollars!) be paid out for discrimination and harassment charges. No wonder companies are working to be more proactive in preventing harassment. But how do you prevent harassment from occurring? What sorts of policies should be in place? What should managers do to protect their employees? And if a complaint is filed, what will we do? Review this checklist for help with developing workplace policies and procedures.
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