Nike potentially faces over $530M in tax fines for misclassifying numerous temporary office workers, as revealed in documents obtained by the Guardian. The company, with a global workforce of over 79,000, heavily relies on independent contractors for various tasks like business consulting, graphic design, photography, and event planning. Independent reports indicate that Nike’s management of these contractors exposes them to substantial fines from tax authorities and potential class-action lawsuits. Nike has not responded to requests for comment.
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