Navigating Employment Law Tricky For Startups

January 10, 2017

This article was originally published by the Chronicle Herald on January 9th, 2017.

So, you want to launch a business in Nova Scotia? Well, whether you want to disrupt the tech sector, break the Internet or brew some sour beer, you are going to need to understand what it means to be an employer subjected to a litany of employment laws.

In the spirit of our times, here’s a list of the top-five employment law points that confront small businesses. Of course, I can’t cover the whole ambit of employment law in just five points (that would take at least six points). However, this should be a good start.

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Navigating employment law tricky for startups

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