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Moonlighting workers deemed employees, not contractors
Moonlighting workers deemed employees, not contractors

Many employers like to classify their workers as “inde­pendent contractors” instead of employees, so that those workers aren’t subject to wage and hour laws and aren’t entitled to other benefits like sick leave and vacation days that employees might be entitled to. But ...

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