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February 2017 Archives

Things going differently than expected in the VR industry

Many unique issues can come up for companies in a new and emerging industry. This includes challenges related to the high level of uncertainty that can be present in such industries. As a new industry is getting off the ground, its overall growth and development doesn’t always go the way the businesses in it were expecting.

Tips for starting a successful business

Anybody with an idea and a dream can start a new business, but it's also important to evaluate whether you have the commitment and drive to make it through the beginning. Although there is a lot of work involved, it's also difficult because there is now way to know how well a new idea will do in the marketplace. It's easy to get advice on things like what equipment is best or where to get an office, but the more important cultural and psychological factors are harder.

Bill would put new requirements on companies looking to hire

Businesses sometimes bring temporary workers onto their staff. There are a range of different reasons an employer may have for wanting to make such hires. When a business is hiring short-term workers, whatever its reasons and goals for doing so, it can be extremely important for it to give proper attention to legal matters. There are various rules covering the hiring of workers, including temporary workers, here in California. When a business in the state is accused of not complying with these rules when it comes to temporary hires, it could end up facing potentially costly litigation. Skilled business law attorneys can give California businesses legal guidance when it comes to issues and disputes related to hiring short-term workers.

Workplace disability bias complaints up again in the U.S.

It can be crucial for businesses to act properly when it comes to their employment policies. Among the policies that can be very impactful for a company are the ones it has regarding workers with disabilities. This includes its policies regarding accommodating such workers. It also includes what rules it has for protecting such workers from discrimination.

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