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Jane (whose name changed for privacy purposes) had been living with her elderly mother for more than 20 years in a rent-stabilized apartment in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn. But three years ago, Jane’s landlord began filing frivolous lawsuits against her and her mother in an effort to evict them from their home.
While Jane was delinquent with rent... Read more
For 16 years, LegalZoom has filled in the gap between free internet advice and hiring a lawyer; its services have become standard for many small businesses, entrepreneurs, and solo contractors and freelancers. For the last 13 years, John Suh has led the company as Executive Chairman and CEO. We talked to him about how he runs the company and handles his own work.
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How your company handles problems in the workplace matters just as much as your revenue. Sure, your company might perform well, but if there are internal concerns or potential issues that aren't addressed, you're setting yourself – and your employees – up for failure.
According to a survey by LegalZoom, one in 10 American workers reported that company standards and... Read more
While the #MeToo phenomenon ripples through every sector of the economy, revealing the extent of sexual harassment on the job, or, more accurately “garnering public attention for what most of us already knew happened anyway” — it seems that clients have largely failed to grasp the importance of the discussion for their own companies. As one might expect, there’s a profound... Read more
Can your small business adequately handle workplace issues and conflicts? Chances are, your employees don’t think so.
According to LegalZoom’s Workplace Insight Report for Businesses 2018, only 26 percent of workers have faith their employer can take swift action to handle workplace issues or scandals. This indicates that there’s a major gap between business owners... Read more
Fewer than half of employees are confident that their workplace can handle problems that arise on the job, and a small number who've specifically witnessed harassment were too fearful of retaliation to speak up about it, according to a new survey.
Only 27% of those who've had a workplace issue have taken their concerns to management, and 12% who witnessed harassment... Read more