No matter what type of company you operate, you have a duty to your employees to keep them safe on the job. Even if your company does not perform dangerous tasks or services, it's still possible for your employees to be injured at work. Let's take a look at the responsibilities of an employer when an employee files an injured worker claim in Cincinnati.
There have been a lot of stories about nondisclosure agreements (NDAs) in the news lately due to the Trump administration's propensity to require all employees to sign them as a condition of being hired.
Imagine you've spent the last forty years working hard to grow a successful business that has allowed your family to live a wealthy and abundant life. However, as you've grown older, you've also grown tired of the demands required to run the business.
You're ready to achieve your dream and start your own business. There's so much to do and so many plans to make.
As you start your business, you likely spent a great deal of time deciding who you wanted to bring in as a partner or for some other role that you would work with closely. This type of approach is a wise one as you do not want to cause unnecessary issues by hastily entering into business relationships. This care should also be taken when you consider the suppliers your company may work with.