The Many Facets of Worker Misclassification

The Many Facets of Worker Misclassification
March 16th, 2016

Many companies that utilize independent workers believe worker misclassification is just an employer tax issue. The truth is there are many federal and state agencies who are very interested in proper worker classification in order to provide workers with the benefits and protections to which they would be entitled to as employees. A few examples […]

more

Just Calling Someone an Independent Contractor Doesn’t Necessarily Make it So
March 9th, 2016

In today’s competitive talent market many organizations engage workers as independent contractors. Strategic companies have a consistent process for classifying workers correctly. Unfortunately many companies make ad hoc decisions, or even worse, have no oversight at all which allows managers to misclassify workers and exposes the company to significant risk. Some companies do this knowingly […]

more

Changes to Contingent Worker Classification Are Unlikely to Happen Quickly
March 1st, 2016

The rapid growth of the 1099 economy has exposed the reality that current worker classification regulations are antiquated and don’t quite capture the rapidly growing flexible workforce. Many HR, Procurement, and contingent workforce management professionals are beginning to ask if we should revisit our legal definitions around worker types and consider redefining them to better […]

more

There's Much More

Understanding and navigating the complexities of our industry is what we do best and we'd enjoy the opportunity to talk with you about yours. Please fill out the fields below and we'll contact you within 24 hours. Thank you.