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Articles on Human Resources

My Co-Founder Just Left, Now What?

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

Employee Equity: Get The Shares You Deserve, Even After You Leave

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

How to Grant Options to an Employee: A Step-By-Step Guide

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

Company Share Repurchase Windows: Don’t Let Your Employees Walk Away With More Shares Than They Have Earned

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

Know Your Hires: Background Checks

By David Han, Customer Success Intern

Welcome Aboard! Onboarding New Employees

By David Han, Customer Success Intern

The Post-Incorporation Checklist (Or, You've Incorporated, Now What?)

By David Han, Customer Success Intern

What Kinds of Insurance Coverage Does My Company Need?

By Brittney Joyce, Product Manager

Company Financial Housekeeping: Getting a Credit Card and Opening a Bank Account

By Brittney Joyce, Product Manager

Responsible Startup Accounting: Employee Equity and ASC 718 Reports

By Brittney Joyce, Product Manager

Saying Goodbye: 5 Tips for Terminating Employees

By Shoobx

3 Steps to Getting NDAs Signed Fast

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

Getting Yourself an Intern!

By Anita Ryan, Staff Attorney

Aligning Motivations: Setting Up a Stock Incentive Plan

By Aubree Lawrence, Digital Content Project Manager

5 Steps to a "Happy Ever After" Offer Letter

By Anita Ryan, Staff Attorney

By Any Other Name: Differentiating Between Employees and Independent Contractors

By Anita Ryan, Staff Attorney

To Have and to Hold? What to do with I-9 Verification Documents

By Anita Ryan, Staff Attorney

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