From JDSupra, Russell Bruch, Susan Harthill and Elizabeth Johnston discuss the new rule by the United States Department of Labor
New Jersey Resumes Efforts to Amend ABC Test for Independent Contractor Status, Passes Slate of Laws Targeting Misclassification
From Lexology, Ryan T. Warden discusses laws recently enacted by New Jersey relating to misclassification of workers as independent contractors
From the Seattle Business Magazine, Bill Conroy discusses the results of a recent study on lost unemployment tax revenues resulting
From Hireright, Alonzo Martinez discusses the protections for independent contractors with the recent changes to New York’s Human Rights Law. Alonzo
The Gig is Up – New Jersey Misclassification Laws Create Extreme Risk for Anyone Utilizing Independent Contractors
From JDSupra, David Kim and Salvador Simao discuss laws recently enacted by New Jersey addressing the misclassification of employees as
AG Racine Announces National Electrical Contractor Will Pay $2.75 Million to Workers and the District to Resolve Wage Theft Lawsuit
Via Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA), the Washington DC Attorney General announced a settlement of claims that electrical workers were misclassified
From JDSupra, Richard Reibstein discusses the new rule issued by the United States Department of Labor on joint employers. Richard
From JDSupra, Richard Meneghello discusses the order by a judge blocking the enforcement of California’s AB 5 to the trucking
From The Washington Post, Eli Rosenberg discusses legislative efforts in other states to adopt measures to protect freelancers and other
From JDSupra, Meaghan Clayton, Raphael Coburn, and Chuck Knapp report on the top ten noncompete developments in 2019 including a
From NewJersey101.5, Eric Scott reports that New Jersey will not be changing the independent contractor classification law this legislative session.
From HRDive, Kara Hertzog discusses how laws requiring training on sexual harassment apply to independent contractors and other contingent workers.