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Legal Definition of 'Independent Contractor'
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LAST WEEK THE Employers Association of New Jersey (EANJ) in Livingston took a position on a legal dispute that could have far-reaching implications for companies that use independent contractors. EANJ, a nonprofit advocacy group, filed an amicus brief urging the State Supreme Court to reverse the Appellate Division ruling in D'Annunzio v. Prudential Insurance Company of America, et al. With the case headed to the high court for a possible fall hearing, the employer group fears a precedent may be set that further complicates the business strategy of saving money by hiring workers as independent contractors rather than as ...
also offered the prediction that variable pay would begin making significant inroads in the remuneration of independent contractors and "free agents". Goodbye straight hourly rate, hello combination of fixed plus incentive pay tied to results. I find this to be a very interesting forecast. I imagine that it is already happening out there, and may even be the norm in certain pockets. (And I'm not talking consultants, or at least those who run or work for ongoing consulting firms - but rather those who market their skills as an independent agent. And ... Read More
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Senate Session 2010-04-21 (14:44:59-15 ...