Category: Misclassification

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FTC Usurping NLRB and DOL?

From JDSupra, Surya Khanna and Stacey Anne Mahoney discuss statements by the Commissioner of the Federal Trade…

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Matchmaker Compelled to Arbitrate her Claim that She was Misclassified

From JDSupra, Richard Reibstein discusses a case in which a matchmaker was required to arbitrate her claim…

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Are Coaches Independent Contractors or Employees? 

From JDSupra, Susie Cirilli provides a thorough analysis considering whether soccer coaches are employees or independent contractors…

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New Year, new changes to HR rules in the Netherlands

From JDSupra, Ius Laboris discusses changes in the Netherlands including the withdrawal of the approval for model…

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United States Department of Labor Recovers Back Wages for Storm Recovery Workers Misclassified as Independent Contractors

The United States Department of Labor announced that it recovered back wages for workers misclassified as independent…

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Out With The Old, In With The… Old? DOL Releases “New” Independent Contractor Rule, Bringing Us (Mostly) Back to Status Quo

From JDSupra, Colby Berman discusses the “new” independent contractor rule as “reflective of decades of case law…

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Reinforce your business model with standardized independent contractor agreements 

From JDSupra, Openforce offers its recommendations for what to include in your independent contractor agreement: As more…

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How Will the New DOL Final Rule Regarding Independent Contractors Impact Your Company? 

From JDSupra, Stacie Caraway discusses the effect that the new United States Department of Labor (DOL) independent…

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Gig economy firms say new rule won’t impact driver classification

Staffing Industry Analyst (SIA) report that gig economy firms are saying that the new independent contractor rules will…

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Employers Face Greater Misclassification Risk Under Resurrected Federal Independent Contractor Rule, Opening Door to Substantial Liability

From JDSupra, Julia Judish, Laura Killalea, Andrea Milano, Rebecca Carr Rizzo, and Kenneth Taber provide an outstanding…

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Déjà vu – the Department of Labor’s Final Rule on Worker Classification 

From JDSupra, James Anelli, Joseph Carr, and Ryan Warden discuss the United States Department of Labor’s new…

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New Rule on Independent Contractor Classification Will Have Profound Impact on Businesses

From JDSupra, Linda Auerbach Allderdice. John Haney, and Michael Maroney discuss the United States Department of Labor’s…