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0 0 Employers who regularly engage with independent contractor work and those of the gig-economy may need to rethink how they handle their ACA compliance #ACA #GigEconomy https://t.co/uYh3Os4tN5 0 0 Smart Employers will Be Careful not to Misclassify Their Workers. In addition to State Penalties and Additional Liability Exposure,…

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Clean Data Essential for Reliable Data Analysis

Clean Data Essential for Reliable Data Analysis

…hours worked, are as likely to be overstated as understated. For classification variables, such as benefits eligibility, part-time status, and the presence or absence of hazardous working conditions, random errors imply that misclassification in either direction is equally likely. Such “noisy” data tend to obscure the relationship between the true…

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Lyft Offers Educational Benefits to Drivers

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…able to settle legal challenges to their classification of drivers as independent contractors. Outside of the U.S., Uber has had less success. Lyft may find out soon as its recently announced its expansion into Canada, its first foray outside of the U.S. In the meantime, GrubHub, a leading online and…

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New Safe Harbor Rule May Clarify Worker Classifications

Proposed Safe Harbor Rule to Address the Classification of Workers by the IRS

…a safe harbor for determinations of worker classification by the IRS. Senate Finance Committee member John Thune, (R-S.D.) in July proposed the New Economy Works to Guarantee Independence and Growth (NEW GIG) Act of 2017. The Senate bill outlines worker classification rules that provide a “safe harbor” for freelancers, consultants…

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EEO-1 Reporting Complications Creates ACA Reporting Efficiencies

ACA, EEOC’s EEO-1 Will Require Data Consolidation and Analytics In 2018

…lawsuits from workers demanding proper classification status as employees. Too often, pay discrimination goes undetected because of a lack of information about what employees are paid. The EEOC and the Office of Federal Contracts Compliance Program (OFCCP) are charged with the responsibility of enforcing federal prohibitions on pay discrimination including…

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