Misclassifying workers can cost you, big time

Mochari, Ilan
November 2000
Inc.;Nov2000, Vol. 22 Issue 16, p97
Focuses on the misclassification of employees. How Cardima Inc. violated the employment law; Actions taken by the company to screen potential workers; Recommendations for businesses that use independent contractors.


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