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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Cooper signs worker misclassification, tax bills into lawlast week. One addresses employee "misclassification" by confirming the creati
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 7 days ago
last week. One addresses employee "misclassification" by confirming the creation of an office within the North Carolina Industrial Commission to investigate companies and discourage the practice. Former Gov. Pat McCrory signed an executive order... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
Cooper signs worker misclassification, tax bills into lawlast week. One addresses employee "misclassification" by confirming the creati
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 7 days ago
last week. One addresses employee "misclassification" by confirming the creation of an office within the North Carolina Industrial Commission to investigate companies and discourage the practice. Former Gov. Pat McCrory signed an executive order... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Cooper signs worker misclassification, tax bills into lawlast week. One addresses employee "misclassification" by confirming the creati
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 7 days ago
last week. One addresses employee "misclassification" by confirming the creation of an office within the North Carolina Industrial Commission to investigate companies and discourage the practice. Former Gov. Pat McCrory signed an executive order... Read more
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The News & Observer
Legislature moves against illegal labor practiceemployees as independent contractors won legislative approval Thursday. Under
The News & Observer / Posted 15 days ago
employees as independent contractors won legislative approval Thursday. Under the proposed law, a section of the state Industrial Commission will take complaints from workers and coordinate with other agencies and district attorneys to make... Read more
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FOX 11 Tucson
Arizona high court explains minimum wage law rulingif the fines don't cover those expenses, the Legislature can simply lower the a
FOX 11 Tucson / Posted 16 days ago
if the fines don't cover those expenses, the Legislature can simply lower the appropriation to the agency, in this case the Industrial Commission of Arizona. The court nearly completely accepted arguments put forward by Arizona Attorney General... Read more

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