Elections May Decide Fate Of Gig Worker Classification Regs
By Paul DeCamp and Michael Kun (September 24, 2020, 2:37 PM EDT) -- As the gig economy has grown, so too have questions about it. One of the most consequential questions in the past several years has been whether workers in the gig economy are properly classified as independent contractors for purposes of various federal and state statutes, or whether they should be classified as employees of the businesses with which they have relationships.
The answer to that question has tremendous implications for both the companies and the workers. Various standards have emerged to address this question. The standards are by no means consistent, nor are they as clear as one might hope....
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