Misclassification of 1099 Workers

With the cold upon us here in New Jersey, I trust you are staying warm.

The election made for a busy October that resulted in a House of Representatives that will look more favorably on labor issues, which we are very happy about. Thus, we did not have our October meeting. But we’re back at it this month.

Our next meeting is next Monday, November 26th at 7 pm at 7 Silvester Court East Brunswick, NJ 08816.

For those who cannot join us in person, please use this link:


We are beginning to explore addressing employee misclassification whereby workers are called “Independent Contractors” or 1099 workers but treated as regular employees and not given the freedom of an Independent Contractor nor the benefits associated with being a traditional employee. This is a widespread problem in the United States.

We want to explore avenues to organize white-collar independent contractors and initiate legal action on their behalf.

We will also be discussing our efforts at fundraising.

We are also beginning to fundraise to buy campaign materials. Please donate here!


In addition, please listen to an interview I did for a podcast discussing AWA:


Happy Thanksgiving!

In solidarity,


Daniel L. Ulloa
American Workforce Association

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