Special Report: Worker Classification under Attack: Consequences for Employers

  • May 25, 2010

This Special Report identifies the unique legal issues that arise under the various federal and state laws usually implicated by the worker-classification process. Highlights include the material differences in legal elements and analysis applicable under the laws where the majority of monetary liability for misclassification is likely to arise. Finally, we provide guidance to help companies make their way through the classification process.

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