While most people do not want to plan for the worst, it is a good idea for all adults in Ohio to have someone they trust who can make medical decisions on their behalf should something catastrophic happen. This person is outlined in a legal document called a health care power of attorney or health proxy.
Business owners in Ohio are able to classify their workers as either employees or independent contractors. There are distinctions between those that determine which classification the worker falls in, and an employer must be careful to categorize the worker correctly. If they do not, whether the employer does it knowingly or unintentionally, there are multiple consequences the owner faces for improper classification.