What Changes When Your Business Grows to 20, 50 or 100+ Employees?
Watch Out for These 8 Rules & Regulations

Our economy is rebounding, which means businesses are growing and employers are creating jobs. As an employer of a growing business, you can look forward to a few milestones – hiring your first employee, serving your first customer, opening up a new store or office or celebrating a big anniversary.

While these moments are exciting for any growing company, with each employee you add, your business may be subject to a new set of rules that can easily sneak up if you don’t know what to look for.

This guide, in partnership with Obsidian HR, provides you with information about the eight regulations and rules to watch for as your company grows from 10 to 20 to 50 to 100-plus employees. You’ll learn about everything from OSHA record-keeping and COBRA to FMLA and Equal Employment Opportunity reporting.

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