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The improper classification of registered dietitians working in a long-term care and hospital setting, especially temporary registered dietitians, is drawing heat as the IRS and state agencies crack down on worker misclassification. Registered dietitians working temporarily should not be classified as 1099 independent contractors, and in fact, facilities classifying them this way are subject to fines, back taxes and other penalties. Find out how to stay in compliance, or work with a staffing company that only hires W-2 employees.