“Laws”. . .
The Small Business Administration, or SBA, website provides resources for entrepreneurs. The SBA offers business financing, entrepreneurial training, government contracting/federal procurement and advocacy for small businesses.
The Small Business Administration's ‘Apply for licenses and permits’ section can help you navigate through the process of establishing and maintaining the appropriate licenses and permits to ensure your business complies with a range of local, state and federal rules.
The Small Business Administration’s “Stay Legally Compliant” page is a starting point for potential entrepreneurs and small business owners.
Are you thinking about starting a business? Watch "An Introduction to the SBA," a short video introduction on the Small Business Administration, and learn how the organization can help you get your business off the ground.
Equal Employment Opportunities Commission laws can be complex. Know your rights as an employee and who to contact regarding issues related to employment regulations.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s “The ADA: Your Employment Rights as an Individual with a Disability” website explains employment rights for individuals with disabilities.
The 'Part-time Employment' page of the U.S. Department of Labor website defines part-time work, provides links to the laws and regulations governing part-time work and lists other resources for this type of employment.
The Department of Labor Women's Bureau educates women on many of the priority issues and advocacy efforts related to fair compensation and workplace flexibility.
“Laws Enforced by the EEOC” provides a brief summary of laws enforced by the Equal Opportunity Commission.
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