Are the people who work for your nonprofit properly classified?  Are you calling someone an independent contractor who should actually be classified as an employee?  And even if you have classified someone as an employee, are they properly classified as exempt or nonexempt?   Nonprofits that incorrectly classify its workers are at financial risk.  Proposed changes to the Department of Labor rules further highlight the importance of these classifications.  Register now to learn the ins and out of correctly classifying your workers.

 

TOPICS
Who is and who is not an independent contractor
What employers need to do to establish a legitimate independent contractor relationship
The criteria for properly classifying an employee as exempt or nonexempt
What to do if an employee is incorrectly classified


SPEAKERS
David K. Montgomery, Esq., Jackson Lewis P.C.
Matthew R. Byrne, Esq., Jackson Lewis P.C.

 

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