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AG Applies Three-Prong Test to Gig Employer for Misclassification

By William Rabb (Reporter)

Wednesday, February 26, 2020 | 595 | 0 | 71 min read

While lawmakers in New York, New Jersey and a number of other states are grappling with how best to manage workers in the burgeoning gig economy, Massachusetts' top prosecutor has quietly relied on her state's three-pronged test to keep some employers in line. Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey announced this week that a national staffing company agreed to pay penalties for misclassifying workers it placed into school jobs around the state. The penalties amounted to just $55,000, but the case is considered significant because the company, Delta-T Group, has agreed to...

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