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Business Law

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Dealing with Problem Employees (20 hours)
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Dealing with Problem Employees (20 hours)
How to Make Smart Licensing Deals (20 hours)
Policies for Workplace Technologies (9 hours)
Starting and Running a Small Business (32 hours)

Dealing with Problem Employees

Dealing with Problem Employees
Course number: B536110
No matter what problems you’re having with your employees, this course will offer proven techniques for creating a trouble-free workplace. Will show you how to: recognize who is and isn’t a problem; help problem employees get back on track; investigate problems and complaints; conduct performance evaluations; apply progressive discipline; suspend employees; fire employees; handle severances and references; institute effective policies and procedures; and more. Note: This course is not applicable to employees of state and local governments. Course level: Basic. Prerequisites: None. Course includes integrated text and study guide, final exam and grading service.

NASBA field of study: Business Law    Course credit: 20 hours
 

Printed Version$119

 

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Colleague Test(s)$50

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Dealing with Problem Employees

Dealing with Problem Employees
Course number: MM536110
No matter what problems you’re having with your employees, this course will offer proven techniques for creating a trouble-free workplace. Will show you how to: recognize who is and isn’t a problem; help problem employees get back on track; investigate problems and complaints; conduct performance evaluations; apply progressive discipline; suspend employees; fire employees; handle severances and references; institute effective policies and procedures; and more. Note: This course is not applicable to employees of state and local governments. Course level: Basic. Prerequisites: None. Course includes integrated text and study guide, final exam and grading service.

NASBA field of study: Business Law    Course credit: 20 hours
 

Printed Version$119

 

PDF$119

 

Colleague Test(s)$50

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How to Make Smart Licensing Deals

How to Make Smart Licensing Deals
Course number: B585909
Help your clients understand the licensing process. This course will show you how to navigate the licensing landscape, protect your intellectual property rights, resolve inventor-employee ownership issues, work with licensing agents, protect confidential information, find potential licensees, license overseas, reveal your invention safely, and negotiate and update an agreement. Course level: Basic. Prerequisites: None. Course includes integrated text and study guide, final exam and grading service.

NASBA field of study: Business Law    Course credit: 20 hours
 

Printed Version$119

 

PDF$119

 

Colleague Test(s)$50

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Policies for Workplace Technologies

Policies for Workplace Technologies
Course number: MM155404
Worried that your company’s employees might post trade secrets on Facebook, send harassing email, or text while driving on company business? Advances in workplace technology bring big benefits, but they can also bring legal exposure. To protect your company, you need to develop clear, specific policies—or update the ones you already have. This course provides everything you need to adopt effective rules for employee use of: email; social media, such as Twitter and Facebook; instant messaging; mobile devices, including cell phones and tablets; company and personal blogs; and more. Course level: Basic. Prerequisites: None. Course includes integrated text and study guide, final exam, and grading service.

NASBA field of study: Business Law.     Course credit: 9 hours
 

Printed Version$69

 

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Colleague Test(s)$25

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Starting and Running a Small Business

Starting and Running a Small Business
Course number: B280815
This course teaches all the legalities of starting and running a small business. You will discover how to raise start-up money, decide between an LLC or other business structure, save on business taxes, get licenses and permits, choose the right insurance, negotiate contracts and leases, avoid problems if you’re buying a franchise, hire and manage employees and independent contractors, attract and keep customers (and get paid on time), and limit your liability and protect your personal assets. Course level: Basic. Prerequisites: None. Course includes integrated text and study guide, final exam, and grading service.

NASBA field of study: Business Law    Course credit: 32 hours
 

Printed Version$179

 

PDF$179

 

Colleague Test(s)$80

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