Employer Owes Premium In Independent Contractor Dispute

The owner of a small contracting company claimed no employees. It turns out it owes over $45,000 in workers’ comp premium to the State Compensation Insurance Fund, according to a decision by an administrative law judge at the California Department of Insurance. The judge held that numerous workers performing small jobs for the company were … Read More »

This content is only available to premium subscribers. Please login here log in

Read More »

Tips, Restaurant Industry Segments Under Review

The Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau’s Classification and Rating Committee is backing a study of California’s two food and beverage classifications – class 9079 covering Restaurants or Taverns and class 8078 covering Sandwich Shops and other small eating establishments. The expected outcome is a recommendation to start including the tips that servers in restaurants earn … Read More »

This content is only available to premium subscribers. Please login here log in

Read More »