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In Massachusetts, most people who work or provide services are considered employees under the law. This means that they have rights to minimum wage, overtime, and other protections.
Employers who misclassify employees as independent contractors may face criminal enforcement or civil penalties. You may file a wage complaint with the Attorney General’s Office if you believe that a worker is wrongly classified as independent contractors.
An employer who wants to treat someone as an independent contractor rather than an employee has to show that the work:
The Attorney General's Office has issued an advisory that explains the purposes of the law and how the Attorney General’s Office understands and enforces the law.
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