California Employment Law
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As an independent contractor, it is completely up to you and your employer to agree on acceptable job duties and acceptable compensation for those job duties. No laws restrict what you can agree to when you are a contractor. There is no entitlement to minimum wage or compensation for all work time. So yes, an independent contractor can be "forced" to attend unpaid meetings, if by forced you mean that such meetings are a condition of further employment.
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