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.
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If Exotic Dancers Aren’t Independent Contractors, Who Is?

From Mondaq:  Connecting Knowledge and People It is far better to internally uncover and proactively address misclassification…

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Employee vs. Independent Contractor: Ensure Proper Classification of Workers

From Meyers, Harrison & Pia, LLC. — A recent Forbes personal finance article “Independent Contractor Enforcement: There’s More…

Posted in Texas

Worker misclassification still a problem in Texas

From the ICon Professional Services’ Blog. As this blog wrote last month, the state government of Texas just passed a…

Posted in California

Employee or Independent Contractor? The Risks of Making A Wrong Decision Grow

From California Peculiarities Employment Law Blog —  Employers use independent contractors instead of employees for a variety of reasons…

Posted in Colorado

Independent contractor status dependent on more than one factor, says second Colorado court

From  Lexology — A second division of the Colorado Court of Appeals has just rejected a stringent, single-factor test…

Posted in Massachusetts

Massachusetts Employers May Be Liable to Out-of-State Employees Misclassified as Independent Contractors

From Holland & Knight — Massachusetts employers have long labored under the strictures of the Massachusetts independent contractor statute,…

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Independent Contractor Compliance: What Employers Need to Consider

From TLNT:  The Business of HR Independent workers – whether they’re called independent contractors, freelancers or the…

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Massachusetts Independent Contractor Law

From Morse Barnes-Brown Pendleton, Robert Shea discusses the Massachusetts Independent Contractor Law.  Bob discusses worker classification under…

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Wage Theft Is Grim Business 

From the Huffington Post — A 2007 study by Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations…

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Declaring Independent Workers

From HRO Today — Working with independent contractors is a great strategy to fill the need for special…

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The independent contractor: to be or not to be

From Lexology — The story is a familiar one: employer engages services of an independent contractor, subsequently…

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N.H. subcontractor cited for worker misclassification in Mass.

From the New Hampshire Business Review — Universal Drywall LLC, a New Hampshire company working as a…