From HR.BLR.com, Steven Brenneman discusses a recent case in which drivers for a restaurant were misclassified as independent contractors.
Philip Bareck discusses the ability of an independent contractor to file a workers compensation claim in Illinois if the company exercises
Illinois Truck Driver who was Misclassified as an Independent Contractor is Entitled to Workers Comp. Benefits
FindLaw reports a case before the workers compensation appellate division in Illinois in which a truck driver was seeking workers compensation
From the Ogletree Deakins Blog — On October 14, 2014, the Supreme Court of the United States refused to consider a
From newsobserver.com — Illinois and New York are national leaders when it comes to curbing worker misclassification. Their efforts
From Staffing Industry Analysts — “Illinois led the nation in auditing employers for independent contractor misclassification, the Illinois Department of
From the Alton Daily News — If someone is an independent contractor, they will be issued a Form 1099,
From Employment Law Daily — A rare case when a worker was found to be an independent contractor in Illinois. The appeals
From the Law Firm Newswire — The Employee Classification Act protects construction workers from being misclassified as independent contractors rather than employees.