Misclassification of Employees Gets More Expensive

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A new law raises a large red flag for entities engaging independent contractors in California, because it dramatically raises the ante for businesses found to have willfully misclassified workers.

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  • Julie Brook

    Thanks for this article. Misclassification is a growing issue, given the increase in the freelance economy. I wrote a blog post on this issue at http://wp.me/pKnUS-1xS.

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