How can you avoid being misclassified or having your wages stolen? What actions should you take if you find yourself in this situation? When legislators recognize the prevalence of wage theft in the beauty industry, we can expect harsher penalties for unethical salon owners. In Part 2, we describe the warning signs to look for and offer recommendations and resources to remedy illegal employment practices.
Independent Contractor (Self-Employed) or Employee? (IRS)
Wage and Hour Rights (Department of Labor)
DOL Toll-free helpline: 866-4US-WAGE (487-9243)
State Labor Offices
Money Matters: Accountant Answers ( Part 1)
Money Matters: Accountant Answers ( Part 2)
Processing Payroll: Doing it Right (Part 1)
Processing Payroll: Doing it Right (Part 2)
AB 1003 - Proposed Wage Theft Bill in California
New York Nail Salon Accountability Act
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