A Surprising Development in North Carolina Worker Misclassification Bills
December 29th, 2015
The consolidated North Carolina Employee Fair Compensation Act was left unfinished at the close of the 2015 legislative session. In a surprise development, last week Governor Pat McCrory took matters into his own hands and signed an executive order creating a new office to address worker misclassification.
December 21st, 2015
The misclassification of drivers of cars for hire has been in the news a lot lately. While this category of worker is not one that we typically find in our enterprise client programs, the topic does offer important clues as to how government agencies determine worker classification.
December 17th, 2015
Engaging with a corporation does not automatically protect your company from worker misclassification risks. We are frequently asked by clients to help them manage the risks surrounding professional services vendors who perform work on a SOW basis for the benefit of the client company.
December 15th, 2015
Worker misclassification is a growing area of concern for US employers. In 2015 we saw significant federal and state regulatory agency activity around worker classification, and this trend is likely to accelerate in the coming year.
December 10th, 2015
The Uber case study is of interest to our enterprise clients because of its size and complexity. While we typically engage a different category of workers (professional contractors) on behalf of our clients, the status of drivers is a great example of the challenges involved with proper worker classification across all the states in the US.
December 8th, 2015
In today’s era of talent scarcity, recruiting exceptional talent can be difficult. Expanding your contingent workforce program to incorporate visa sponsorship may be a useful strategy to finding the right worker. While there are dozens of different types of visas that allow foreigners to work in the US, the easiest and most inexpensive type is the TN visa.
December 3rd, 2015
Last week the Louisiana Workforce Commission (LWC) released data showing they are on track for a second consecutive record-setting year in identifying workers misclassified as independent contractors. This is yet another example of the current heightened level of risk for employers.
December 1st, 2015
As human resources, legal, and procurement professionals begin to develop their strategic plans for 2016 it is important to take stock of the current employment law environment. One significant trend is more workers alleging violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
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