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4 steps to lower the risk of employee lawsuits

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After years of seeing employers embroiled in costly, lengthy litigation, one thing is clear: Periodic review of policies for compliance with employment laws is essential. Being proactive in the following ways can help you avoid “jumping from the frying pan into the fire” by reducing the risk of litigation and ultimately save your restaurant time, money and headaches.

1. Conduct a wage and hour audit.

Wage and hour lawsuits are soaring, and pay issues a

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