Agencies Involved with Worker Misclassification Claims
October 29th, 2015
The risks associated with IC misclassification are widespread, and an increasing number of federal and state agencies are focused on the issue. In this article we’ll present an overview of the regulatory bodies at different governmental levels responsible for various aspects of IC misclassification.
October 27th, 2015
2 part series on critical workforce trends for today’s HR leaders, examining the macro workforce and workplace trends, and also some forward-thinking ideas and progressive strategies for HR practitioners to build and manage the flexible workforce their organizations need to succeed.
October 22nd, 2015
While most government agencies have a bias towards all workers being classified as employees, it is important to note that in today’s new and global market, there are independent contractors being utilized correctly by companies everywhere.
October 20th, 2015
Today we begin an exciting new chapter in our corporate history! In case you missed it yesterday, Synergy Services announced that it has merged with ICon Professional Services.
October 15th, 2015
We expect North Carolinas proposed Employee Fair Classification Act will likely be revisited and most likely enacted during the 2016 session. Since many other states are considering similar legislation it is instructive to look at some of the more interesting details.
October 13th, 2015
Recently, the DOL was found to have gone too far in in its pursuit of a worker misclassification case. In a rare, public reprimand of the agency’s tactics, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals assessed large monetary sanctions against the DOL for a frivolous lawsuit.
October 6th, 2015
Progressive organizations are learning they must become a “client-of-choice” in order to attract and retain the flexible workers they need to get vital work done.
October 1st, 2015
In a real-world example, when engaging a high-level software developer and the economic realities test is applied, an employer can be left in a challenging worker classification predicament. Let’s take a look at applying the economic realities test in this situation.
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