employee classification

Ask the BPHR Advisor“1099” Misclassification Laws

Ask the BPHR Advisor: “1099” Misclassification Laws

Ask the BPHR Advisor: “1099” Misclassification Laws 2560 1707 Balance Point Team

Improperly classifying employees has been a growing problem for New Jersey over the past 10 years. Non compliant employers are facing fines, suspended licenses, and even criminal prosecution. Here’s what you need to know.

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Ask the BPHR Advisor Communicating Exemption Status Changes

Communicating Exemption Status Changes

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If you need to reclassify your employees, your employees might be losing some benefits such as overtime. However, there are additional advantages. Here’s how you can communication the change in a positive way.

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Stan Hires a Contractor

Stan and Dan Hire Contractors

Stan and Dan Hire Contractors 1390 4170 Balance Point Team

Knowing whether you’re hiring independent contractors vs. employees is detrimental to your business. Dan didn’t know the nuances and now his stool company is in jeopardy.

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how to avoid misclassifying employees

How to Avoid Misclassifying Employees

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Misclassifying employees is risky. Not only are the fines costly, the reflection of a business as it relates to the treatment of its employees declines as a result of FLSA filings.

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