Back to School Week: Legal considerations when hiring an in-home tutor or childcare provider

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(Mass Appeal) – Many parents are scrambling to line up tutors or childcare because of distance learning plans in some area communities. If you’re planning to pay someone to come to your home, you should understand the legal implications. Depending on regularity and pay rate, they may be legally seen as your employee. There are additional considerations if you’re teaming up with other parents for shared care arrangements. Here with advice is Attorney John Gannon, a Partner at Skoler. Abbott & Presser.

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