The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development has issued the form notice on misclassification of independent contractors that all businesses must display in a conspicuous place.
For further information on the posting requirement, see our article, New Jersey Laws Aimed at Misclassification of Independent Contractors.
Companies with operations in New Jersey should identify any employees misclassified as individual contractors and review their business models to ensure compliance with existing law on the classification of employees. Please contact a Jackson Lewis attorney with any questions.
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