From JDSupra, Richard Reibstein reports on a case in which a commercial cleaning company was given a second chance to
From JDSupra, Openforce discusses the laws recently enacted by New Jersey that are focused on the misclassification of workers as
New Jersey COVID-19 Bills Would Expand Employee Benefits, Establish Benefits for Independent Contractors
From JacksonLewis, James M. McDonnell and Justin B. Cutlip report on proposed legislation in New Jersey that, among other things, would
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
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
From The Washington Post, Eli Rosenberg discusses legislative efforts in other states to adopt measures to protect freelancers and other
From NewJersey101.5, Eric Scott reports that New Jersey will not be changing the independent contractor classification law this legislative session.
Not Dead Yet: The States’ New Strategy for Attacking Independent Contractor Misclassification Can Be Relentless — and Costly.
From JDSupra, Todd Lebowitz discusses the challenges for companies when a state sends a bill for unpaid unemployment taxes as
From JDSupra, Tara Humma, Denise Keyser, and Steven Suflas discuss New Jersey’s bill to Uber for unemployment an disability insurance.
New Jersey Bill Would Codify a Stricter Version of ABC Test for Determining Independent Contractor Status
From JDSupra, James Hays, Sean Kirby and Myles Moran discuss a bill in New Jersey that would adopt the Massachusetts/California
New Jersey Is About to Take Another Step Towards Eliminating the Use of Independent Contractors by Providing Them with Benefits
From FordHarrison, Salvador P. Simao reports that New Jersey may be about to enact a law that would provide benefits
Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA), the Global Advisor on Staffing and Workforce Solutions, reports on a million misclassification penalty: Trucking company