Independent Contractors | What You Need to Know About the New Rule


The misclassification of employees as independent contractors has long been the basis for many class action wage & hour lawsuits as well as governmental audits. Most recently in the news, gig companies - who have been enjoying a beneficial relationship with their workers being classified as independent contractors - have experienced a string of misclassification law suits.

In October, the Department of Labor proposed a new rule regarding the misclassification where it creates a lower standard for employee classification. and some of the proposed legislation includes a more holistic look at the worker's employment. It is crucial to classify workers properly and comply with current and future state and federal rules.

Join Tannenbaum Helpern Managing Partner, Andrew W. Singer, who will cover these issues in detail during HR Roundtable's presentation on Thursday, November 3, 2022 at 11:00 am by completing registration here.

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