Sanford Heisler Sharp is conducting an investigation into labor practices and policies at Nike. We are specifically interested in speaking with current and former workers who are classified as the following:
- Independent contractors
- 1099 workers
- Temporary workers
- Employees of outside staffing agencies
- Workers providing project-based services
- Staff augmentation workers
- Other non-W2 employees in positions of other names
Our investigation aims to determine if these workers have been misclassified and if they may be entitled to compensation or benefits such as overtime, meal and rest breaks, sick leave, paid time off, healthcare, retirement benefits, and more.
As part of our investigation, we would like to hear from any Nike workers who may have information about the company’s practices in employing external workers as non-employees. If you are a current or former Nike worker with relevant information, we encourage you to reach out to us.
If you have what you believe to be relevant information, please contact Sanford Heisler Sharp by phone at 646-768-7065 or by email: [email protected].
Your input and experiences can contribute to our investigation and help shed light on the labor practices at Nike. Employees who are misclassified may be entitled to compensation.
More information about the matter can be found:
The Guardian: Nike could be fined over $530m for misclassifying thousands of workers