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The Community Law Project Employment Hotline

Do you manage employees at a small business or a nonprofit? If so, you likely face employment law questions: Must you offer benefits? How do you hire an independent contractor? What about unemployment insurance?
Attorneys from the law firm of Seyfarth Shaw LLP will be available for free 30-minute phone consultations with nonprofit and small business employers on Thursday, March 22 to answer questions about employment law issues.

Schedule an appointment by clicking the button below or by calling 312-939-3638The Community Law Project will send you the time and the attorney's contact information (toll free) for your call. Appointments are available from 2:00 until 4:00 p.m.
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p.s. Our work providing free legal assistance to small businesses and nonprofits relies on financial support from people like you. Donate today!

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