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New Jersey DOL cites, fines Katerra sub for wage violations

February 18, 2020

The task force’s report found that employee misclassification was most rampant in construction, janitorial services, home care, transportation, trucking, delivery services and other types of businesses that offer low pay for those in labor-intensive positions. The NJDOL found that 12,315 state workers were misclassified in 2018. This resulted in $462 million in underreported wages and $14 million in lost contributions to unemployment, disability, family leave and workforce programs.

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