Don’t Expect DOL to Let Up on Investigations in 2021

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Aside from the personal and professional challenges 2020 presented (the COVID-19 pandemic, government shutdown orders, concerns about keeping employees safe, layoffs, remote working, homeschooling, and navigating the unknown), what stands out most to me in my practice—and had the biggest impact on my clients—was the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) continued uncompromising pursuit of investigations into employers’ wage and hour practices.

The department seemed to focus its efforts on companies using independent contractors as part of their workforce, all the while seemingly revising regulations to make it easier for businesses to classify workers as independent contractors. With

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