Legal Guide for Starting and Running a Small Business
This course will walk a potential business owner
through the legal issues concerning starting a business. It will
include information concerning sole proprietorships,
partnerships, corporations and limited liability companies.
Information will be provided on naming the business, creating an
ownership agreement, and required licenses and permits. Also
included are tax information, borrowing money, hiring and
firing, and the pros and cons of franchises. This course will
help anyone start a legitimate business, giving them the proper
insight into pitfalls and successes.
Record Management & Retention Policy Use
A company's corporate records are one of its
most important and valuable assets. Almost every employee is
responsible for creating or maintaining corporate records of
some kind, whether in the form of paper, computer data,
microfilm, electronic mail or voice-mail. Letters, memoranda and
contracts are obviously corporate records, as are things such as
a desk calendar, an appointment book or an expense record.
Business Law for the Small Business Owner
- Learn how to successfully protect your small business and
solve most of the legal problems that may arise. In this
six-week online course, you'll see how to avoid the costly legal
problems that many small business owners make when setting up
and operating their businesses. You'll learn how to deal with
issues such as contracts, employee relations, customer
relations, and choosing the right business model. More...
Online Employment Law Course
Learn the basics of employment law so you can legally hire,
evaluate and manage employees as a manager, supervisor, small
business owner, human resource specialist, or corporate
executive. Learn the difference between an employee and
independent contractor; the basic types of employee benefits;
effective hiring, evaluation, and termination procedures;
methods to resolve employment disputes in and out of court;
discrimination and union laws; and workplace safety rules.
FLSA Training & Certification Program
Learn how to administer the federally-mandated
FLSA rules and earn a "Certified FLSA Administrator"
designation. This self-paced course qualifies for 8 hours of PHR/SPHR
re-certification credits and can be completed either at one time
or over several sessions.