Misclassification risks -- How to avoid incorrectly classifying employees as independent contractors

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Originally published in Smart Business Northern California - July 2012.

While there are benefits to classifying a worker as an independent contractor, such as not having to pay overtime or worker’s compensation, you can face severe penalties for misclassification including back pay and litigation.

“You want to make sure you are correct on the facts of the law when you establish an independent contractor relationship,” says David McLaughlin, a partner with Ropers Majeski Kohn & Bentley.

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