From JDSupra, Joseph Choquette, III, Lucie Garand, John Hollar, and Rebecca Lewandoski offer their preveiw to the 2016 Vermont legislative session. They write: INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS
The following is the press release from Governor McCrory’s office announcing the executive order establishing the Employee Classification Section within
WorkersCompensation.com shares a case in California from EmploymentLawAcademy.com in which the court found that nurses were independent contractors and not employees and therefore
From HR.BLR.com, Deanna L. Forbush recommends that employers use caution when they classify workers as independent contractors. Deanna review the
From JDSupra, Allison Feldstein, Robert Nagle, Ruth A. Rauls, and Catherine Walters provide a review of 2015 including Employee Misclassification In
From Start Up Beat, Mark Roth discusses a recent survey that says independent workers want freedom and do not want to
Oregon Supreme Court Case Reminds Businesses about the Complexity of Independent Contractor Classification
From JDSupra, Douglas Parker and Brian Weeks discuss the recent Oregon Supreme Court case in which taxicab drivers were found to be employees.
From upcounsel, Alex Liu provides advice what to consider when engaging with an independent contractor. Alex writes: Be Careful Whom You
From SayCampusLife, Krayton M.Davis discusses the skills that college students have that are valuable if they choose to become self-employed workers. Krayton
From The New York Times, Noam Scheiber discusses the challenges of classifying workers as employees or independent contractors. He relates
From UPROXX, Austin Heiberg asks why WWE wrestlers are treated as independent contractors when many elements of their relationship more closely
From JDSupra, Peter Dworjanyn discusses whether an insurance company had to cover a claim made by an independent contractor against an employer.