Author: Nathan S. Gibson

With deep experience in the temporary staffing industry, Nathan helps companies manage risk, increase compliance, and navigate complex legal requirements. Nathan provides clients with expertise and creative solutions to enhance flexibility and maintain compliance with changing requirements.
Posted in Misclassification

When Hiring Workers Across Borders, Don’t Misclassify

From Corporate Counsel — “U.S. companies aren’t facing this classification danger solely on domestic turf and under…

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Revenooer Rants: The employee vs. independent contractor game

From the TahoeDailyTribune.com —  “An age-old issue which seems to never go away. In an effort to…

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Laid off teacher builds a St. Paul FedEx business from scratch

From TwinCities.com  — “Rene Martinez considers himself lucky. Another person might say that he made his own luck….

Posted in Freelancing

More independent contractors would do country good

From the dailyworld.com, Tom Purcell writes:   “If more Americans were self-employed independent contractors, the country would…

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7 Steps to Launch Your Freelancing Career Full-Time

From Entrepreneur — Raubi Marie Perilli writes:  “Freelancing on the side is a great way to make…

Posted in Alabama

Eden: How to avoid worker misclassification

From OANow.com — Tommy Eden writes:  “The next time you are trying to decide how to properly classify someone…

Posted in ACA

ACA makes difference for self-employed

From azsundaily.com — “On a personal level, this law [the Affordable Care Act] changed our lives — my husband’s…

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Obamacare helps the self-employed

From app.com —  Years ago, a tenured university professor told me his secret. He was desperate to…

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Alabama joins fed’s misclassification battle

  From Staffing Industry Analysts — “Alabama signed a memorandum of understanding to crack down on misclassification…

Posted in New York

Recent Case Reminds Companies That, Though Much Embattled, Independent Contractor Classifications Can Be Valid

  From Foley & Lardner and  JDSupra. — “The dividing line between employees and independent contractors has been…

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Credit check of potential independent contractor is fair game

  From Travel Weekly — Mark Pestronk, a Washington based lawyer, writes:  “Keep in mind that the…

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Companies Largely Unaware of Financial Risk of Independent Contractor Misclassification

  From  Rock Hill Herald Online, “The 2014 ICon Executive Insight Report: Worker Misclassification, Distinguishing Perception from Reality,…