On March 14, 2022, the Eastern District Court of Texas reinstated a Trump-era rule which clarifies the worker classification test used to determine whether individuals are independent contractors or employees under federal law.
Recent posts by Kyle Klansek, Vice President - Legal and Risk
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Topics: Workforce Innovation
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As someone in charge of who comes in and out of your building every day, you’re rightfully concerned about their safety and anything that might jeopardize that. There’s a lot of thought put into who you hire and work with every day, because the right people make a big difference.
Topics: On-Demand Labor
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The safety of the people working in your building is a top priority. You’ve probably spent considerable time and money ensuring that your operations are safe and accident rates stay as low as possible. So it’s natural that you’d be concerned about safety when bringing in people you haven’t worked with before.
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If you’ve ever engaged with independent contractors for a project, you likely understand how difficult and confusing worker classification can be in the United States.