As more companies grow and expand beyond their startup location, the potential for employment law landmines increases exponentially. Many companies desire the ease and uniformity of one-size-fits-all policies and procedures, especially as the company grows. But companies operating in multiple states must take care that their policies and procedures comport with not just federal employment laws, but also state and even local employment laws for all of the jurisdictions in which they operate. Even documents as standard as an employment application may need to be modified based upon state or local law. Thus, companies need to constantly reassess their policies and procedures for compliance with a myriad of applicable laws.
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