Plus: Employee Vaccination Policy Template for Employers
Businesses and offices are opening up now that vaccinations have become widely available across the United States. Still, the U.S. population is yet to reach herd immunity – and the risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19 remains. If you're an employer, you want to make sure that your employees, customers, and their families are protected against the coronavirus before you start to reopen your workplace with fewer pandemic restrictions.
So what options do you have if an employee refuses to get vaccinated?
If you want your small business to succeed, a crucial step is to establish business credit. Good business credit will benefit your business in several ways, including:
The following are eight steps you need to take to establish business credit.
The Difference Is Extremely Important Under the Law!
If you live in the United States you’ve probably seen the TM (™) and R (®) symbols used in everything from advertisements to product packaging. But what do these symbols mean? And which one can you use for your own branding?
Both TM and R protect your intellectual property rights in the American marketplace. If you’ve built a strong company reputation or cultivated a market of loyal customers, your IP or brand name could be the most important or valuable part of your business. Both the TM and R symbols signify that the brand name or logo has some level of legal protection.
Sarah E. Holmes is a Philadelphia business attorney and strategist that helps start ups and established businesses looking to expand, protect their assets and increase their profits in an approachable, down-to-earth way. When you're looking for a business lawyer in Philadelphia, the Main Line or New Jersey, we can help.