By Cass Jacoby, RCS Reporter.
Cotney Attorneys & Consultants has subscription plans enhanced with the contractor in mind. It is now even more affordable and easy to choose and customize the level of consulting you need from their legal team and business experts.
Cotney recently launched ShopCotney.com offering digital resources that make it easy to get answers quick. Whether it is legal questions, estimating, HR or across-the-board training, Cotney has once again envisioned a new way of purchasing and consuming legal and consulting resources.
You can now get the Business Basic plan featuring unlimited contract review for as low as $399 a month. Upon receiving a contract, the Cotney team will provide a list of areas of concern, and provide suggested changes within three business days.
If your company needs more than just contract review, you can upgrade to the business premium plan which includes the services provided in the basic plan. plus HR on Demand and Safety on Demand. HR on Demand consists of free consultations with an HR professional regarding employment-related issues. Safety on Demand consists of free consultations with a safety consultant regarding safety-related issues.
You can also select the Business VIP plan which includes the services provided in the Basic and Premium Plans as well as COO (Chief Operating Officer) on Demand. COO on Demand Spotlight Package includes full operational assessment and recommendation report, including financial assessment, risk management assessment, operational assessment, business development, estimating, sales and customer service assessment, technology assessment, and four quarterly thirty-minute business coaching calls.
This reimagined way of delivering legal and consulting services puts the power of Cotney’s expert attorneys at your fingertips. Easily gain the support you need for your business to thrive.
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