Editor's note: This is the eighth in a series of articles on developing start-up companies in the technology or biotechnology sectors. The most recent article focused on the tax law implications of employees and independent contractors. In this article, the authors address unemployment insurance.
- Wisconsin's unemployment insuran......Full article >>>
iteria unless the hourly rate is part of a bid or per-job agreement.)
The worker must be able to realize a profit or loss under contracts to perform services.
The worker has recurring business liabilities or obligations. (Some examples would be lease payments, insurance, advertising, professional fees, rent, and interest).
The success or failure of the individual's b......Full article >>>
ust be in a position to succeed or fail if business expense exceeds income.
If an employer misclassifies a worker for worker's compensation purposes, the employer may be subject to increased premiums, as well as substantial, uninsured costs for lost wages, medical expenses, and disability compensation for a worker who is injured while engaged in services for the employer. The employer ma......Full article >>>
For information about determining coverage under Title VII, you can access the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission's
website. In particular, Chapter 2 of the EEOC's Compliance Manual on Threshold Issues contains a detailed discussion of the factors the EEOC will apply during an investigation.
Going over it lightly is risky
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n. He has a law degree and an MBA from University of Wisconsin-Madison
and a bachelor's degree from St. Norbert College
Bonnie Wendorff also is an attorney with Neider & Boucher, and her areas of expertise include employment law and litigation. She has a law degree from the University of Wisc......
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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Boucher and Bonnie Wendorff 03/07/07Related biology technology :1
. Early Stage: Step 11 - Other forms of finance2
. Early Stage 10: The nuances of federal laws3
. Early Stage, Step 9: Raising capital in the securities landscape4
. Early Stage 7, Part I: Just what is an employee?5
. Early Stage: Step 6 - Taxes, taxes, taxes!6
. Early Stage: Step 5 - Forming the entity7
. Early Stage, Step 4: Cautionary trademark tales8
. Early Stage, Step 3: Naming the entity9
. Early-stage quality brings investment, Meier says10
. Early-stage executives hear from investors11
. Early Stage Step 2: Choosing a domain name