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Posted on November 11, 2008

This webinar discusses the factors used to determine whether workers are independent contractors or employees, and whether employees are exempt or non-exempt, with a focus on the issues of classification commonly faced by domestic violence shelters and sexual assault centers, and the consequences of these classifications.

  • Are your workers independent contractors or employees?
  • Are your employees exempt or non-exempt?
  • What are the dangers of misclassifying your workers?
  • Do you sometimes struggle with issues of when you have to take out payroll taxes and when you have to pay overtime?
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