Worker misclassification continues to be an ongoing problem throughout the country. The effect of this has its greatest impact on low wage earners. By virtue of being misclassified as independent contractors, as opposed to employees, such workers do not have legal protections of employees, such as minimum wage and overtime protection or unemployment and worker’s compensation coverage. CONTINUE READING...
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