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Am I an Independent Contractor or an Employee? And Can I Choose?

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

Many people who work in Florida, want to know if they are classified as independent contractors or employees. This is especially true for those who perform contracting work, are paid commission-only, or get paid through their own company (like an LLC), For instance, if you do part-time editing work for a local company, or… Read More »

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Can an Employment Investigation Be Privileged?

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

Does your workplace currently have a rule or a policy that requires confidentiality for any employees who are involved in workplace investigations? For instance, your workplace may have a policy that requires any employees who are under investigation, or who are witnesses as part of an investigation, to maintain confidentiality when it comes to… Read More »

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Wellness

The New 2017 EEOC Wellness Rules: What You Need to Know

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

By now, most Americans have heard the buzz about new wellness plans in the workplace. If your employer has not enacted a wellness plan – they may be in the minority. With the rise of wellness plans in the workplace, the Equal Employment Opportunites Commission (EEOC) has issued new guidelines for how employers should… Read More »

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Overtime Rules and What You Need to Know

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

A change in federal law’s overtime rules that would make millions more Americans eligible for overtime pay? Sound too good to be true? A federal judge thought so, too, when heissued an injunction last month preventing the rule from taking effect. Previously, the Department of Labor set the law in place to be effective… Read More »

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