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    I started working for a company back in June and was told when I was hired I would be put on the book after 2 weeks of being hired. To date he refuses to add me to payroll (and is so called paying me under the table). I did not agree to this and I am not a contracted employee. I am suppose to work 8-4:30 daily but he is trying to give me a 10-99 and say I am contracted. I need to know if this is legal and what I can do about it. Can he really list me as a contracted employee? He never had me sign any papers when I started working. All he had for me was my resume.

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    There is no such thing legally as "contracted employee". Legally all workers are either employees or independant contractors. Based on what you have said, legally you are an employee.
    "Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away".
    Philip K. **** (1928-1982)


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