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Running head: SIGNATURE ASSIGNMENT: EMPLOYMENT CLASSIFICATION AND DISCRIMINATION 1 Signature Assignment: Employment Classification and Discrimination Soraya Taylor ETH/321 March 26, 2018 Anna Garner
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SIGNATURE ASSIGNMENT: EMPLOYMENT CLASSIFICATION AND DISCRIMINATION 2 Signature Assignment: Employment Classification and Discrimination The United States of America, known and exhibited as the land of the free and the land of equality, but is this true? In part this statement is correct, but unfortunately, people live in a world (inside and outside the US) where racism and discrimination still exist in massive proportions. One can see this discrimination on social networks, viral videos and the news involving racist and discriminatory acts. However, is this also the case with companies and organizations? In light of this question, it is imperative to examine the company, Dream Massage, and an employee is hired to be a massage therapist while analyzing the ethics behind potentially discriminatory employment policies. Whether the Employee Qualifies as an Employee or Independent Contractor In the scenario regarding, Dream Massage hired the employee as an independent contractor to be a massage therapist. The company requested her to work a set schedule it imposed and to promote business products and services. As such, the business Dream Massage was exercising complete control over how the independent contractor completed her work; however, is she still considered an independent contractor? The IRS defines an independent
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