Growing a business takes people. In early days, many startups have just one “employee”: the founder. But eventually, many startups and growing businesses hire employees and become, for the first time, an employer. Yet creating an employer-employee relationship carries consequences: the law grants “employees” certain benefits and protections – and imposes on employers certain obligations and liabilities. There’s a lot to know about being an employer. Join McInnes Cooper Labour & Employment Lawyers Michael Murphy and Sarah McInnes as they introduce you to five key employment law basics to get you started.
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