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Counsel’s Corner: Recent Cases Illustrate Independent Contractor Compliance Challenges for Employers
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Counsel’s Corner: IC Classification – ABC vs. Multi-factor Testing
Faces of the Freelance Community: Successfully managing the business of an unretired freelancer
Counsel’s Corner: Independent Contractor Classification Considerations in the Era of the Gig Economy
Counsel’s Corner: Impacts of Dynamex – What’s the Future of the Gig Economy?
4 Steps to Becoming an Agile Enterprise
California Supreme Court Adopts “ABC Test” to Evaluate Independent Contractor Status
Independent Contractor Compliance: the Pros and Cons of Engaging ICs
Independent Contractor Compliance in Canada
Independent Contractor Misclassification Risks for Canadian Employers
Independent Contractor or Employee?
DOL Website Tackles Independent Contractor Misclassification
McKinsey Study: Gig-Economy Workforce Is Bigger Than Official Data Shows in U.S., Europe
Temp Agency Must Pay OT to Hundreds of Workers
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Webinar: Risky Business – Learning from FedEx’s $228 million proposed settlement
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Why Uber Loves Obamacare, CA Agencies Target “Underground Economy”, Tech’s Disruption Of The Labor Market
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Rhode Island Tip Line For Misclassification, Job Misclassification Woes, Obama Executive Action – Foreign Workers & US Businesses
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Taxi Service Or App?; IRS- New Mileage Reimbursement Rates
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US Labor Dept. Wins $637K In Back Wages, Complaints Alleging Franchisees Are Joint Employers