Independent Contractors, Student Interns or Employees: How to Properly Classify Your Workers and Comply with the Law

Duration: 90 minutes

Speaker: Deirdre Kamber Todd, Esq

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Webinar Description

Saving money on personnel costs is a goal of just about any business. Today, many organizations have turned to independent contractors and interns to do work that was formerly done by employees. While this approach can result in substantial savings in onboarding and employment costs, it also carries substantial risks. The IRS and state governments are aggressively pursuing companies that misclassify employees. Misclassification of employees as independent contractors or interns can lead to audits, penalties, fines, back taxes, owed wages and overtime and enrollment in employee benefit plans. And what about bad publicity and the significant legal costs of defending government actions and lawsuits by workers who should have been counted as employees?

Employment attorney Deirdre Kamber Todd will instruct you on the proper classification of independent contractors and student interns so that you can avoid the dire consequences of misclassification.

 

Agenda

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Continuing HRCI Credit Information

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Continuing Legal Education Credit Information

This webinar has been approved in the following states for continuing legal education credit by  The Marino Legal Academy:

California: 1.5 credit hours

The Marino Institute for Continuing Legal Education is a State Bar of California approved MCLE sponsor and this course qualifies for 1.5 credit hours of participatory CLE credit.

New Jersey: 1.5 credit hours

This webinar has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 1.5 CLE credit hours.

New York: 1.5 areas of professional practice credit hours

This course has been approved in accordance with the requirements of the New York Continuing Legal Education Board for veteran attorneys for 1.5 credit hours, of which 1.50 credit hours may be applied toward the Areas of Professional Practice.

Pennsylvania: 1.5 credit hours

This Distance Learning program has been approved by the Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board for 1.5 hours of substantive law, practice and procedure CLE credit.

 

To receive CLE credit for this webinar in those states, please request such credit by writing toinfo@parkavenuepresentations.com.  Your request will be forwarded to The Marino Legal Academy for processing.

CLE credit for this webinar may also be awarded in a number of other jurisdictions. For more information, please contact a Marino Legal Academy legal education consultant at (212) 249-3779,x104.

 

Logistics

This event will be presented live with a PowerPoint presentation to be viewed on your computer. You may listen to the audio of the webinar by telephone or through your computer. The PowerPoint slides will be provided shortly before the event. Once you register, you will receive an email which is your receipt and which includes your instructions for dialing in and logging on. You will also receive an email reminder 24 hours before the webinar.