How to understand and apply NJ's ABC test for determining employee or independent contractor status

Printer-friendly version

Speaker:Amy M. Vazquez

In New Jersey, a worker’s status is premised on the presumption that a worker is an employee, unless the employer can prove otherwise by demonstrating that a worker qualifies as a contractor under NJ’s three-pronged ABC test.  The ABC test has long been used by NJ’s Department of Labor and Workforce Development and recent decisions by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals and the NJ Supreme Court highlight the importance for employers to properly classify workers.  Join us for  this timely one-hour webinar focusing on what you need to know to stay compliant and avoid costly violations.

  • Practical differences between employees and contractors;
  • In depth review of NJ’s ABC Test;
  • Discussion of common examples and review of important cases;
  • Misclassification liabilities and implications under NJ Wage Hour and “Wage Theft” laws;
  • Auditing your workforce to assure proper classification;
  • Best practices and practical tips when working with contractors.

Speaker: Amy M. Vazquez

Amy Vazquez

Registrations Fees:

EANJ Member Pricing

$65 per registrant for EANJ Members***

****EANJ members MUST use discount code EANJMEMBER on registration page to receive member pricing****

Non-EANJ Member Pricing

$125 per registrant for Non-Members

Payment due in advance.  A copy of the recording will be made available to paid registrants upon request and will be accessible for a period of three months following the live air date.  No refunds will be provided.

Register Now

Live session pre-approved for 1 HRCI & SHRM-CP/SCP recertification credit