Be aware of cheaters from employment agencies who charge at least 2 weeks of earning for nothing! This information should help you faith with corrupted businesses who got involve in employment, etc. in order to make more money on naive people who will be fired soon. Make sure that you always contact Labor Dept. in order to make justice against jerks who are creating DEFAMATION about you and charged over 1000 people illegally!
The Good People LLC is not licensed as a "private employment agent," in Wisconsin. Therefore, if they charged YOU a fee to place you, they are operating illegally. If you file a complaint against them for charging you a fee, we can seek return of the fee you were required to pay them. Use the complaint form found here: http://dwd.wisconsin.gov/dwd/forms/erd/ls_119_e.htm for each of these complaints. Use a separate form for each one you decide to file.
Assistant Division Administrator &
Director, Labor Standards Bureau
Equal Rights Division
Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development
PO Box 8928
Madison, WI 53708-8928
Who approved those contracts for employment agencies? Probably someone who graduate University of Baloney:-)
IRS - similar response ... " The payer was an individual desiring personal care services in the home. The worker was engaged through an agency by the payer to perform such services. The employer reported the worker's remuneration on Form 1099-MISC. The worker provided his services according to employer instructions and his prior training. If problems or complaints occurred, the worker contacted the employer, referring agency, or nurses for resolution.
The worker performed round-the-clock care at the payer's home (facility). The worker was required to perform his services personally. Any additional assistence was provided by his partner. Employer (facility) provided the medical equipment or family members. The worker did not lease equipment on incur expenses in the performence of his services. They provided the supplies, material and property.The payer paid the worker at daily rate. The payer did not cover the worker under workers' compensation.
Neither party indicated an investment by the worker in a related business, or the risk of the worker incurring a financial loss beyond the normal loss of compensation. You did not make benefits available to the worker. The work relationship ended when the worker was forced to quit. Generally, the relationship of employer and employee exists when the person for whom the services are performed has the right to control and direct the individual who performs the services, not only as to what is to be done, but also how it is to be done.
It is not necessary that the employer actually direct or control the individual, it is sufficient if she or he has the right to do so. If an employer-employee relationship exists, any contractual designation of the employee as a partner, co-adventurer, agent, or independant contractor must be disregarded. Therefore, your statement that the worker was an independent contractor pursuant to an agreement is without merit. For federal employment tax purposes, it is the actual working relationship that is controlling and not the terms of the contract (oral or written) between the parties
BE CAREFUL ABOUT THIS HORRIBLE AGENCY WHO OVERCHARGED FOR OVER 30 YEARS. THE OWNER HAS NO RIGHT TO CHARGE MORE THAN SHE IS APPROVED BY IL LABOR DEPARTMENT (ONE WEEK SALARY)
SHE ALWAYS CHARGE DOUBLE. PLEASE BE SMART ENOUGH AND SEND COMPLAINT TO LABOR DEPARTMENT ABOUT THIS FRAUD. CONTRACTS CAN BE VOID OR NULL UP TO ONE CALENDAR YEAR. I WISH TO DIE OF LAUGHING AND RECOVER AT LEAST 1000 PLACEMENT BACK!:-) ALSO YOU CANNOT BE CHARGE MORE THAN YOU EARNED OR BE CHARGED MORE DAYS THAN YOU WORKED.
Domestic Service Agency located at 5N 593 Cranberry Ln. in St. Charles, IL has an approved fee schedule on file with the Illinois Department of Labor that states the agency will charge a placement fee equal to one weeks salary.
Illinois Department of Labor
Equal Opportunity Workforce Division
Case for retaliation you can always send to EEOC for free