Independent Contractor and Exempt Employee Classification Review Should Include Joint-Employer Status

By and on July 29, 2015

Private equity often looks to control costs in its portfolio companies through the utilization of joint employees. This On The Subject provides tips and guidelines for private equity firms and their operating companies during a review of its employee classification.

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