If You Say One of these 11 Phrases at Work, Prepare to Be Sued

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One of the purposes of good Human Resources is to prevent lawsuits. But your HR person and your employment attorney don’t follow you around all the time. So, business attorney Josh Joel, Counsel at Stanton Law, put together a list of phrases that often come out of managers’ mouths. When you start thinking this way, you’re getting ready to be sued.

“I’ll just 1099 this employee.” “He’s salaried, I don’t need to worry about overtime.” “Non-competes are not enforceable, right?” “I’ll handle this EEOC charge on my own.”

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