From Quartz, Alison Griswold discusses the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) memo that said that Uber drivers are independent contractors
Good Step For Gig Companies: Advice Memo From NLRB’s General Counsel Concludes That Uber Drivers Are Contractors
From JDSupra, Richard Meneghello discusses the National Labor Relations Board’s General Counsel advice memo that said Uber drivers were independent
From LANDLINEmag.com, Mark Schremmer reports that truckers are suing the manufacturer of Wonder Bread alleging that the were misclassified as
From JDSupra, Bethany Pelliconi makes an excellent point that employees owe a duty of loyalty to their employer and this
From JDSupra, Rod Fliegel and William Simmons discuss a recent case in which the plaintiff alleged a novel violation of
Is There Anything New or Dramatically Different in the Labor Department’s Opinion Letter on Independent Contractor Status?
From JDSupra, Richard Reibstein discusses the United States Department of Labor’s Opinion Letter which said that workers engaged through an
Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) was among the first to report that the United States Department of Labor issued an opinion
From Lexology, Epstein Becker Green reminds everyone that New York’s Stop Sexual Harassment in NYC Act is now effective and
From JDSuupra, Richard Reibstein discusses the proposed joint employment rule and the impact on claims that independent contractors were misclassified.
From Little Mendelson P.C. Tammy D. McCutchen, Maury Baskin. and Michael J. Lotito discuss the United States Department of Labor’s (DOL)
While being incredibly funny discussing the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), John Oliver also spends some time incredulously discussing how wrestlers
MBO Partners proves terrific guidance on how to mitigate the risks of working with independent contractors: 1. Clearly Define the