Worker Misclassification

Worker Misclassification deprives workers of rightfully-earned wages and undercuts law-abiding businesses. Click to learn more about this unscrupulous practice and what is being done, and should be done, to counter it.

A grocery store owner in Florida will now face prison time for his involvement in a construction company’s scheme to hide their hiring of illegal aliens by paying them in cash. 
The topic of immigration reform has stalled in Congress, but that has not stopped states from taking action to ensure a legal workforce. According to ConstructionCitizen.com, several states, including Florida, New York, Iowa...
States such as Nebraska, Ohio, New York and others are working on employee misclassification prevention legislation in order to crack down on the practice of misclassifying workers, who should be classified as employees, as...
The construction industry offers a panoply of situations and conflicts associated with hiring workers and running a business responsibly and lawfully. Construction Citizen exposes these issues and the companies who...
According to Construction Citizen, a survey was conducted last year of over 4,000 low-wage workers, including illegal immigrants, for the purpose of studying labor violations among low-wage workers in New York,...

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