Tag Archives: Misclassification

On the eve of Labor Day, a win for business from the NLRB

Today more than ever, U.S. businesses supplement their workforce with independent contractors as a solution to competitive and customer pressures. The use of contractors is entirely legal. But the correct classification of workers as contractors, as opposed to employees, is a complex analysis with frameworks that differ across a variety of governing laws. Employers, therefore, … Continue Reading

Ninth Circuit Rejects Employer’s Effort to Apply Another State’s Law to Treat California Workers as Independent Contractors

Tracking the trend of increased federal and state focus on the misclassification of workers, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit recently applied California law to hold that plaintiffs were entitled to a trial on the merits against their former employer for improperly classifying its California drivers as independent contractors, notwithstanding that the … Continue Reading
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