If I work for a foreign company, which employment laws do I follow? 1 Answers as of August 31, 2011

I work remotely for a client in Canada whose company is headquartered in the Caymans. I began working for this client a year and a half ago but he has failed to deliver a contract as promised. I make a weekly, salaried amount but have no guarantee that it will continue. My client acts and talks as if I am an employee, complete with forcing long hours, but I have no paper that says I work for him. Whose employment laws apply here? US, Canada or the Caymans?

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Generally, the laws which apply to your employment will be the laws which apply in the place you are working, and not in some other place.
Answer Applies to: Oregon
Replied: 8/31/2011
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