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When is a contractor an employee?

The alienation of personal services income rules determine the category into which you fall. There has been a trend over recent years for businesses to switch from having employees to using contractors. The problem is if the alienation of personal ... Harden Express, 2 days ago
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Rules bother employers—Obamacare less

Stock Market XML and JSON Data API provided by FinancialContent Services, Inc. Nasdaq quotes delayed at least 15 minutes, all others at least 20 minutes. Markets are closed on certain holidays. Stock Market Holiday List By accessing this page, ...
 Industrial Info Financials3 days ago

Government issues new rules on employment services

To provide detailed guidelines to enterprises engaged in employment service activities as stipulated under Labour Code 2012, on May 23, 2014, the Government of Viet Nam issued Decree No 52/2014/ND-CP providing conditions and procedures for issuance ...
 Viet Nam News1 week ago

Chitpore rape: Four accused suspended, Minister promises all help to victim

Statesman News Service Kolkata, 28 July Eastern Railway has suspended its four Group-D employees accused of gang-raping a woman colleague at the Chitpur rail yard. They have been put under suspension for an indefinite period with effect from ...
 The Statesman8 hours ago
World News Australia

Welfare lobby says new rules are too harsh

Employers' groups are pleased with an Australian Government measure requiring the unemployed to apply for 40 positions per month to maintain their benefits. Public funds of $A5.1 billion over three years will be invested in employment services ...
 Individual.com4 hours ago Dole overhaul: Eric Abetz admits risk of 'box-ticking' if unemployed forced to apply for 40 jobs a month (ABC)  Yahoo! News Australia15 hours ago Abetz admits risk of jobseekers 'box-ticking' under welfare changes  ABC Online16 hours ago Risk of 'box ticking' if unemployed forced to apply for 40 jobs a month, Abetz admits  World News Australia8 hours ago

No rules broken employing Ms Zuma

Johannesburg - The ANC on Monday staunchly defended the appointment of President Jacob Zuma's daughter Thuthukile to a powerful R1-million-a-year position - despite the fact that, at the age of 25, she has just a few months of work experience within ...
 IOL18 hours ago

Worker can bring FEHA claim despite false papers, California Supreme Court rules

Why it matters: An immigrant could bring a Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) claim against his employer even though he falsified his employment status to obtain the job, the California Supreme Court recently decided. The court did limit the ...
 Lexology3 days ago
Metro Canada

Toronto police to keep sharing non-conviction records with employers

Toronto Police Service will continue to share non-conviction records with employers and volunteer organizations while it reviews new recommendations calling for the practice to stop, deputy chief Michael Federico said in an interview Wednesday. ...
 Metro Canada4 days ago

D.C. Circuit Rules Health Insurance Subsidies in Federal Obamacare Exchanges Illegal

In August 2011, the Internal Revenue Service proposed offering subsidies through health insurance Exchanges established by the federal government, even though the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act clearly and repeatedly provides those ...
 Cato Institute4 days ago Statement On D.C. Circuit's Ruling In Halbig v. Burwell  Forbes.com6 days ago

U.S. Postal Service plays the terrorist card against whistleblower

Retaliating against an employee for reporting safety violations, the U.S. Postal Service asserted baseless terrorism charges against him. As a result, the employee was dismissed from his job, arrested, detained, harassed, criminally charged with ...
 Lexology6 days ago
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