misclassify


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The research noted that despite the global prevalence of obesity a high proportion of parents continue to misclassify their youngster's weight status.
The RSI study discussed by Rebitzer and Weil (2014) reported that businesses that tend to misclassify or fail to report compensation pay about $6500 less annually in sales tax than those that do not.
In addition to these legislative efforts, the Office of the Attorney General in California has been prominent in bringing lawsuits against companies that misclassify their employees.
The current method used to screen companies for Shari'ah compliance has the potential to misclassify some of the biggest names in the market, according to a new report from Ratings Intelligence
California's new law places joint and several liability upon anyone who advises an employer to misclassify workers as independent contractors in exchange for any form of consideration.
EMPLOYERS WHO MISCLASSIFY EMPLOYEES as exempt can pay the overtime premium of 50 percent for overtime hours worked rather than the standard oneand-a-half time pay rate, the 4th Circuit ruled Jan.
Colorado, along with many other states and the federal government, is cracking down on businesses that misclassify workers as independent contractors.
With no sense of what is already known about the environment or its perils, she is likely to misclassify what she sees--fearing the intimidating but harmless snake; ignoring the tiny lethal frog ....
The legislation would amend the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) of 1938 to require employers to keep records of non-employees (i.e., independent contractors) who perform labor or services for remuneration and to provide a special penalty for persons who misclassify employees as non-employees.
Clinical measures of BMI and waist circumference may misclassify individuals in terms of VAT and metabolic risk.