Monthly Archives: May 2019

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NLRB “Returns” to Pre-2014 Standard for Classifying Independent Contractors

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

The legal question of whether to classify someone as an “employee,” rather than as an “independent contractor,” remains divisive. In some jurisdictions, such as California, the courts have moved to a more expansive definition of “independent contractor” based on changing economic norms. But recently, the U.S. federal agency the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)… Read More »

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Employer Practices in Florida: The Pros and Cons for Offering Employees Unlimited Vacation Leave

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

According to a recent survey by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), 92 percent (92%) of employees said paid leave was the single most important factor in determining their “overall job satisfaction.” Yet only 73 percent (73%) of these same employees said they were satisfied with the amount of paid leave offered by… Read More »

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