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Minimize Employee Lawsuits: 7 Best Practices for Small Businesses

A worst-case scenario for any small business is to be greeted by a process server who is delivering a notice of an employee lawsuit against the business. The employee might be complaining of discriminatory treatment or harassment, or some violation of federal or state laws and rules by the employer. These types of cases are not limited to current employees, and small businesses have been targeted by prospective and former employees as well.
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