In 2007, the city of Key West, Fla., approved a $3.9 million renovation to modernize the Roosevelt C. Sands Jr. Housing Complex – but it didn’t demand that its contractors follow the law. The project had the most misclassified workers of the 29 projects examined by the Miami Herald: nearly 60 percent of 262 workers were listed as independent contractors.
In 2007, the city of Key West, Fla., approved a $3.9 million renovation to modernize the Roosevelt C. Sands Jr. Housing Complex – but it didn’t demand that its contractors follow the law. The project had the most misclassified workers of the 29 projects examined by the Miami Herald: nearly 60 percent of 262 workers were listed as independent contractors. Miami Herald
In 2007, the city of Key West, Fla., approved a $3.9 million renovation to modernize the Roosevelt C. Sands Jr. Housing Complex – but it didn’t demand that its contractors follow the law. The project had the most misclassified workers of the 29 projects examined by the Miami Herald: nearly 60 percent of 262 workers were listed as independent contractors. Miami Herald

Taxpayers and workers gouged by labor-law dodge

September 04, 2014 03:25 PM

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