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Independent contractor misclassification costs Colorado employer $2 million

From HR.BLR.com — This case illustrates the risks involved in classifying workers as independent contractors when you…

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Totality of the Circumstances determines employee or independent contractor

From Colorado Employment Lawyers – “he Courts found that the question of whether or not an individual…

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Totality of circumstances, not single or multi-factor test, determines employee or independent contractor status, says Colorado Supreme Court

From Wolters Kluwer — In two recent decisions, the Colorado Supreme Court rejected single and multi-factor tests…

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Colorado Supreme Court: independent contractor status dependent on totality of the circumstances

From Lexology — The Colorado Supreme Court ruled yesterday that determining whether a worker is “customarily engaged in an…

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Independent contractor status — Colorado Supreme Court sets forth applicable test

From Lexology — Yesterday we posted an article describing the unsettled test for independent contractor status under Colorado’s unemployment…

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Totality of circumstances, not single or multi-factor test, determines employee or independent contractor status

From the  Employment Law Daily —  In two en banc decisions, the Colorado Supreme Court rejected single and multi-factor…

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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…