From JDSupra, Paul Holdsworth, Adam Lounsbury and Courtney Malveaux report the recommendations of the Virginia Task Force on Worker Misclassification.
Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) reports on a settlement of almost six hundred thousand dollars for claims of misclassification: LaserShip Inc.
From The State. the Associated Press reports that the governor of Virginia formed a task form to address the misclassification
From Lexology, Shyrell A. Reed and Whit Long discuss the importance of classifying workers properly for workers’ compensation purposes. They write: Under
From ARLnow.com, Kimberly H. Berry discusses the challenges of non-compete agreements for independent contractors. Kimberly writes: One of the main problems
From Lexology, John R. Lockard discusses Virginia’s efforts to limit employee misclassification in construction. John writes: For several years, Virginia has
From Lexology, Michael L. Stevens and Karen S. Vladeck report that Virginia has become the 31st state to
From The Virginian-Pilot, Scott Daugherty reports on a lawsuit by a worker who alleges he was improperly classified as
From JDSupra, Courtney Malveaux discusses a recent action by the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry that empowered its inspectors
From Safety and Health Magazine, an article describes how Virginia’s Department of Labor and Industry is focusing on workers who
Virginia & North Carolina Launch New Initiatives on Misclassification of Employees as Independent Contractors
From, JDSupra, D. Earl Baggett, Edward Schenk III and Amanda Weaver of Williams Mullen report initiatives in Virginia and North
From the Richmond Times-Dispatch: Learning Center — The question of who is an independent contractor seems to be a constant