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Misclassification

What Are My Options If I Suspect I’ve Been Misclassified?

By Mansell Law, LLC |

When someone accepts an offer of employment, they are then classified on their employer’s books as an employee. This means that they are entitled to certain guarantees and benefits, such as access to workers’ compensation insurance, minimum wage, and overtime pay. However, some unscrupulous employers misclassify their employees as independent contractors, ostensibly to save… Read More »

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What Are My Remedies If My Employer Misclassifies Me?

By Mansell Law, LLC |

When an employee is hired, they are classified either as a full time employee or an independent contractor. This classification is anything but arbitrary; it is used primarily for tax purposes, but it also governs people’s entitlement to certain advantages and benefits of employment. Sometimes, an unscrupulous employer may misclassify full-time or part-time employees… Read More »

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