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Uber Hit With $650 Million Employment Tax Bill in New Jersey
News article announcing Uber Technologies Inc. owes New Jersey about $650 million in unemployment and disability insurance taxes, based on a determination by the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development ...
N.J. calls for wider employee misclassification enforcement
News article on a report about a task force in New Jersey calling for state regulators to utilize existing workers compensation laws regarding safety and insurance requirements to bolster employee misclassification enforcement.
The Real Future of Work
This news article examines the increasing trend towards alternative work arrangements (independent contractors, contingent workers), and the impacts these work arrangements have on workers, employers, society, and access ...
Total netted from state's misclassification fight exceeds $1.1 million
House Commerce Starts Writing New Independent Contractor Bill
Pennsylvania Labor & Industry Kicks Off Misclassified Workers Public Awareness Campaign
DOL guidance targets misclassification of workers as independent contractors
DOL Crackdown on Misclassified Employees
This news article discusses efforts by the Department of Labor to increase detection of worker misclassification through investigations and employer audits. The author summarizes risks and liabilities for employers who ...
IRS Expands Voluntary Worker Classification Settlement Program; Relief From Past Payroll Taxes Available to More Employers Who Reclassify Their Workers As Employees
This news release reports on the expansion of the Voluntary Classification Settlement Program (VCSP) by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), including the modification of several eligibility requirements.