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Independent Contractor or Employee? (Part 2): The IRS Perspective

This subject is covered in four parts. The first article provides an introduction and focuses on the classification for the purposes compliance with the Federal Labor Standards Act (FLSA) enforced by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). The second article focuses on the classification under the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The third article covers the […]


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Independent Contractor or Employee? (Part 1): The FLSA Perspective

This subject is covered in four parts. The first article provides an introduction and focuses on the classification for the purposes compliance with the Federal Labor Standards Act (FLSA) enforced by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). The second article focuses on the classification under the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The third article covers the […]


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Employee Non-Compete Agreements

To protect their business and goodwill, employers often require employees to sign non-compete agreements. While the motivation behind this type of contract may seem reasonable, the terms of a non-compete agreement can be overreaching and may infringe on the employee’s right to earn a living once the employer-employee relationship comes to an end. This is […]


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Nursing Mothers in the Workplace

The Break Time for Nursing Mothers law requires that employers with 50 or more employees provide nursing workers with breaks and a location to express milk at work. It also issues guidance on what it considers a reasonable place to do so, explicitly rejecting bathrooms. Nursing mothers who suffer discrimination associated with nursing may also […]


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Discrimination on the Basis of Immigration or Citizenship Status

Treating a job applicant or employee unfavorably because of his or her immigration status is a form of unlawful discrimination. U.S. citizens, recent permanent residents, asylees, and refugees are protected from immigration status discrimination, also referred to as citizenship status discrimination. Immigration status discrimination is frequently linked to national origin discrimination, but they differ in […]


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