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Evolving Independent Contractor Standards for Employers and Contracting Agencies 2023

Product ID: CA3546R5
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

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The use of independent contractors is on the rise as many workers today are seeking flexibility, work-life balance, and supplemental income. Employers may use independent workers to lower costs, increase efficiency, and gain access to a larger talent pool. But classifying independent contractors isn’t always easy when it’s somewhat dependent upon the administration in power. And in June 2023, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a new standard for classifying independent contractors. 

Evolving Independent Contractor Standards for Employers and Contracting Agencies is designed to help you keep up with the changes to employee classification. You’ll analyze the current standards in various state and federal forums in light of changing guidance.

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Tuesday, September 19, 202312:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT

Add to Calendar 9/19/2023 12:00:00 PM 9/19/2023 1:00:00 PM America/Chicago Evolving Independent Contractor Standards for Employers and Contracting Agencies 2023

Independence day

The use of independent contractors is on the rise as many workers today are seeking flexibility, work-life balance, and supplemental income. Employers may use independent workers to lower costs, increase efficiency, and gain access to a larger talent pool. But classifying independent contractors isn’t always easy when it’s somewhat dependent upon the administration in power. And in June 2023, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a new standard for classifying independent contractors. 

Evolving Independent Contractor Standards for Employers and Contracting Agencies is designed to help you keep up with the changes to employee classification. You’ll analyze the current standards in various state and federal forums in light of changing guidance.

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Independence day

The use of independent contractors is on the rise as many workers today are seeking flexibility, work-life balance, and supplemental income. Employers may use independent workers to lower costs, increase efficiency, and gain access to a larger talent pool. But classifying independent contractors isn’t always easy when it’s somewhat dependent upon the administration in power. And in June 2023, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a new standard for classifying independent contractors. 

Evolving Independent Contractor Standards for Employers and Contracting Agencies is designed to help you keep up with the changes to employee classification. You’ll analyze the current standards in various state and federal forums in light of changing guidance.

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Hannah L. Chin is a member of the Government Law Group where she focuses on county and municipal governance and school law. Hannah developed a passion for government and school work during law school. She served as Legal Intern for the Wisconsin Special Education Mediation System where she assisted in mediations and IEP facilitations between schools and families of students with disabilities. She worked as Legal Intern for the Wisconsin Elections Commission where she analyzed election laws involving election issues including candidate nominations, absentee voting and poll site accessibility. She also served as Law Clerk for the City of Madison in the City Attorney’s office.

Hannah earned her Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution and served as Student Mediator for Marquette’s Small Claims Mediation Clinic. She served as Teaching Assistant and Research Assistant for Professor Andrea Schneider. Hannah co-authored two reports on women in the Milwaukee legal market.

Bob Simandl is a Shareholder at von Briesen & Roper, S.C. in Waukesha and serves as Chair of the firm’s Labor and Employment Section. He has over 30 years of experience advising clients on a wide range of employee benefits, labor, and employment law issues. Bob counsels employers on all aspects of workplace compliance including hiring, disciplining and terminating employees, accommodation obligations, wage and hour issues, affirmative action, discrimination complaints, non-competition agreements, and employee handbook design and development. He has represented employers before the federal district courts, National Labor Relations Board, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, and a number of administrative agencies and tribunals, including the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission, the Wisconsin Equal Rights Division, and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. 

  • Understand the responsibilities of employers and workers in an independent contractor relationship
  • Examine how the standard for classifying workers as independent contractors has evolved 
  • Stay current on recent NLRB changes to independent contractor classification 
  • Mitigate the risks associated with misclassification of workers 
  • Develop a compliance plan for employers who opt to utilize independent contractors
  • Labor and employment lawyers
  • Business lawyers
  • General practitioners
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