It was bound to happen. Continue reading
What I’m about to share with you today will never become a Hollywood blockbuster. Actually, it’s so dull that I would sell it over the counter as a holistic sleep aid if I could bottle it.
Ambien’s got nothing on wage-and-hour minutiae.
Since taking office, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has committed to battling worker misclassification, i.e., treating employees as independent contractors. Misclassifying employees as independent contractors can deprive workers of wages and benefits and also have tax ramifications too. Continue reading
While not quite as outrageous as slavery, ignorance, or misogyny, today’s edition of “Don’t Do This” will apply most practically to readers of this blog. Continue reading
Sam spent 60 hours working on a project for your company last week, for which the business paid Sam $1,000. The company treated Sam as an independent contractor.
But, what if Sam was actually an employee instead? Continue reading
It’s getting hot in herrrrrrrrrrrrre!
Well, tepid. It’s an employment law blog, after all. Continue reading
Employee versus independent contractor, who cares? The U.S. Department of Labor, that’s who.
(And that means you should too.) Continue reading
Follow me. I’ll get you into the VIP area for a better view. Continue reading
In what I hope does not become a weekly feature here at The Employer Handbook, it’s time to update the readers on some new laws that NJ Governor Phil Murphy signed last week. Continue reading