Month: July 2016

Employee Policies and Procedures: Costly if Not Monitored

There’s been a lot in the news lately about huge settlements that big companies have made for employment law issues. Whether it be for misclassification of workers or violation of wage and overtime laws, businesses continue to pay large fines for not following employment laws. For example, Uber drivers recently filed a class action lawsuit claiming they have been misclassified as independent contractors and are entitled to be reimbursed by Uber for expenses such as gas and vehicle maintenance. This lawsuit was costly. Uber agreed to pay $100 million to settle independent contractor misclassification claims.

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