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Oh I Will Just Make Them Independent Contractors: Legal Reasons #33

A recent client called and claimed that they would go the “Uber” route and classify all of their current employees as Independent Contractors as they no longer “wanted the hassle of overtime, lunch/rest breaks and payroll taxes.”  I listened politely as they continued to explain how so many companies they had heard of including call centers, delivery services and retailers now just used Independent Contractors instead of full-time employees, and saved hundreds of thousand dollars in labor expenses. 122 more words


Guest Post: Uber Retirement

Paul M. Secunda is Professor of Law and Director, Labor and Employment Law Program at Marquette Law School.

Although by no means a new question regarding retirement, the… 1,213 more words

On Labor

5 Tips Every Young Nurse Should Consider

As a young nurse, you may be curious about how work life will be. It takes more than long hours of studying and nursing jobs… 315 more words



We are a reputable, world class, dynamic, creative and result oriented organization. We are currently recruiting for the post of Internal Audit and Compliance Officer. 200 more words

Eye Doctor and a Store Outing


I had some time to run some errands.  First, I did one errand in menswear.  Then, I went to a thrift store.  I was shopping for ladies’ tops and khaki skirts.   784 more words

True Stories

Food truck employee shot during attempted robbery

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Wichita police are searching for a suspect after an attempted robbery leaves one employee injured.

Officers say it happened in the 2400 block of North Broadway at 11:45 p.m. 66 more words


5 must-read emotional intelligence books

The concept of emotional intelligence (EQ) has evolved quite interestingly over the past few years. According to researchers, an emotionally healthy person is self-aware, self-controlled, motivated, empathic and socially competent. 536 more words