“Dream big. Start small. But most of all, start.” Simon Sinek.
Entrepreneurship is an inherently risky undertaking. Starting a business based on an idea, a dream or a passion is exhausting and exhilarating at the same time. Growing that dream, competing in our markets, developing and nurturing your niche – it all takes resource and tenacity. And then you get to that esteemed, enviable place — hiring your first employee. Suddenly, what started as a somewhat simple operation has become more complicated. As your business grows, you find yourself spending more time on the tedious tasks of things like writing out what your policies are, making sure your policies won’t get you into trouble, and trying to stay on top of the laws — all while managing employees and trying to run your business.
Enter help. I learned from the very best in the business how to help employers so they can shed some of that burden and get back to doing what they do best.
Here are some of the services I provide for businesses and nonprofits:
- Handbooks and stand-alone policies tailored to your business needs
- Employment agreements
- Legal advice on workplace best practices
- Bylaw drafting
MY PROMISE: I know you have better things to do than worry about why your lawyer hasn’t gotten back to you in a timely manner. Whether it is a phone call, email, or a large handbook, I am committed to prompt response and delivery to you – so you can be free to focus on what you do best.
This article is not intended to provide legal advice. For a consultation, please contact me. Please do NOT include sensitive or confidential information in this inquiry. I am not your attorney until you have hired me, which will not happen until we meet in person and you have signed and returned an engagement letter.