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We work 50 hours or more a week and are not paid overtime. The child care subsidy organization tell parents they're cover for 10 hours per day with full time care. How is this allowed?



Well I'm glad you asked, the subsidy organizations say we're independent contractors but control how much we're compensated ( mostly through laws and federal budgets).


Since we're considered independent contractors we are not allowed to be protected under labor laws as employees. Should every working citizen have the same protection under the labor law?


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