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Memphis Society of Entrepreneurs Workshop: How to identify and manage the Top 10 Employment risks to your business

July 15, 2009

@ The Crescent Club, 6075 Poplar
Tuesday, July 21st @ 12:00 noon

Entrepreneurs typically start a business because of a great idea, a passion for a certain process, or a desire to be the master of their own destiny. But most entrepreneurs overlook the fact that starting a business often means becoming an employer, and they aren’t always ready for that challenge. Even established businesses can easily lose sight of the changing landscape of employment laws that can jeopardize their profitability and even their existence. Managing your employment duties and risks in these changing times is becoming more and more important to your company’s survival.

Whether your business is a one year old start up or a 25 year old veteran, you’ll want to hear about the 10 most commonly misunderstood areas of employment law. These are issues most employers think they understand, but experience has told us they often don’t and they can represent significant risks to your company. Join us July 21 as Adams Keegan Founder and Chairman Bob Adams, and Sr. VP and General Counsel and Marty Barton help us to understand how to identify and manage these Top 10 Employment risks to your business.

With over 22 years experience helping small and medium sized businesses manage their employment duties while growing their business, their insight will be both entertaining and educational.

Registration (Includes Lunch) $25,  Reservations deadline is Friday, July 17, 2009

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