Make Your List. Check it Twice. Don't Let the Government Think You've Been Naughty. . . Not Nice

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Originally published in Human Resource Partners - December 2012.

Employers face ever increasing regulation of their workplaces and employment related practices. As 2012 draws to an end, it is a good time to take stock of recent changes in employment laws and make sure your organization is prepared for the year ahead.

• Down with the old. Up with the new: New Hampshire revised the criteria for independent contractor classification. Effective August 6, 2012, employers are required to post the revised NH Department of Labor (NH DOL) Poster: "Criteria to Establish an Employee or Independent Contractor." This is also a great time to ensure that any independent contractors are properly classified.

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