Employment Law Basics You Need to Know.


Hiring, Firing, and Managing Employees

Determining whether a worker should be classified as an employee or a contractor is crucial to avoid potential legal issues related to misclassification. Having a comprehensive employee handbook in place is equally important as it sets clear expectations, policies, and guidelines, promoting a harmonious and legally compliant work environment. 

At Pasha Law, we understand the challenges business owners face when it comes to hiring, dismissing, and managing employees. Our expertise in employment law can provide the necessary guidance to navigate these sensitive areas with confidence, ensuring that your business remains compliant with labor regulations and operates smoothly.

To help you out, we’ve gathered all our most important employment law basics in one location.

An employee management infographic listing the employment law basics: update policies, set performance expectations, review hiring processes, discipline consistently & conduct exit interview.


At Pasha Law, we understand that our Pasha Law Select Clients may have ongoing legal needs and questions that arise at different times. Whether it’s conducting a comprehensive review of your employee handbook one week or seeking guidance on legally permissible interview questions the next, our clients can count on us without worrying about hourly rates. Our commitment to providing exceptional service means that our Pasha Law Select Clients can reach out to us as often as they need, receiving prompt and reliable legal support without the stress of accumulating hourly fees. With our flat-rate fee structure, you can have peace of mind knowing that we are fully invested in your success, and our legal expertise is just a call or email away, ready to address any legal concerns and ensure your business remains compliant and protected.

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Employment Law Basics That Reduce Risk for Your Business

The Pasha Law blog has covered (nearly!) every topic related to employees. Whether your concern is with policies or employment classification, we have information to guide you.

Read about the nuts and bolts of modifying a 401k plan

Approximately a quarter of US companies considering some kind of modification of the 401k plans provided for their employees.

Here’s how to go about changing material terms within Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (“ERISA”)-regulated retirement plans.

Read about why an employee handbook is needed

Employee handbooks tend to become cumbersome documents, full of legalese.

Find out how to make your employee handbook into a user-friendly tool.

Read about how the U.S. National Labor Board revisits independent contractor status under federal law

The US National Labor Board (NLRB) recently asked for commentary on the standard for proving independent contractor status under federal law.

The NLRB’s actions may signal a reconsideration of how independent contractors are classified.

Find out out the 9 solutions to client problems in response to COVID-19

Looking back, our firm breaks down some of the issues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Here are the answers to 9 common questions from our clients.

How do I reduce risk for my business?

At Pasha Law, we share our clients’ dedication to mitigating risk and protecting their businesses. Our commitment to your success goes beyond traditional legal services. With our flat-rate fee structure for Pasha Law Select customers, we can immerse ourselves in understanding the intricacies of your business inside and out. 

By taking the time to comprehend your unique needs and challenges, we can provide tailored legal solutions and proactive guidance that aim to minimize risk and safeguard your business’s interests. You can trust us to be a reliable and strategic legal partner, ready to address your concerns and support your business growth at every step of the way.

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