AB5

How AB5 Affects: Graphic Designers

Assembly Bill 5 (AB5) is a law that affects how companies, both in-state and out-of-state, can classify workers as independent contractors throughout the state of California. Bringing significant changes to many industries, this law greatly affects the way employers conduct business. With worker misclassification suits gradually growing, we’re here to help you and your [...]

How AB5 Affects: Graphic Designers2021-01-04T12:57:59-08:00

How Does AB5 Affect: Architects

In light of the recent passage of Proposition 22, Assembly Bill 5 (AB5) continues to be a heated topic in employment law. It still affects how companies, both in-state and out-of-state, conduct business throughout the state of California, bringing about serious changes to a myriad of industries - the architectural industry included. Here’s a [...]

How Does AB5 Affect: Architects2020-12-16T09:26:45-08:00

How Does AB5 Affect: Doctors

The ramifications of Assembly Bill 5 (AB5) continues to be a hot issue in employment law. Especially in light of the upcoming election and the introduction of a ballot initiative — Proposition 22 — backed by Uber and other major gig economy players, we’re seeing a growing number of worker misclassification suits. For businesses [...]

How Does AB5 Affect: Doctors2020-12-16T09:20:46-08:00

How Does AB5 Affect: Hairdressers

As we know, Assembly Bill 5 (AB5) is a law that affects how companies, both in-state and out-of-state, can classify workers as independent contractors throughout the state of California. It has brought significant changes to many industries, the beauty industry included, radically affecting the way employers must conduct business. With worker misclassification suits gradually [...]

How Does AB5 Affect: Hairdressers2020-11-24T17:00:59-08:00

How Does the AB5 Affect: Accountants

Assembly Bill 5 (AB5) is a law that affects how companies, both in-state and out-of-state, do business throughout the state of California. This anti-gig economy bill tightens up the rules about which workers may be classified as independent contractors versus employees. Believed to have been designed to target app-based platforms such as Uber and [...]

How Does the AB5 Affect: Accountants2020-12-16T09:21:44-08:00

How Does the AB5 Affect: Salespeople

A new law (AB5) on how to determine whether California workers are employees or independent contractors has been a hot issue in recent months. In fact, worker misclassification suits have been steadily rising, and we expect to see this number continue to grow in the upcoming months. Not to mention, a new ballot initiative [...]

How Does the AB5 Affect: Salespeople2020-09-17T13:05:32-07:00

What is AB2257: New Changes to AB5

Businesses operating in California had to change the way they classified their workers at the start of 2020, which saw Assembly Bill 5 (AB5), a new independent contractor law, take effect. Now, a full eight months after AB5 has governed independent contractor relationships in California, businesses must once again adapt to another drastic shift [...]

What is AB2257: New Changes to AB52020-12-03T21:38:15-08:00

How Does the AB5 Affect: Attorneys

In recent months, Assembly Bill 5 has remained one of the central topics in the California courts. Worker misclassification lawsuits have increased due to the new worker classification standard set forth by AB5. And gig economy companies like Uber and Lyft have tried to fight AB5 in court only to be unsuccessful. So far, [...]

How Does the AB5 Affect: Attorneys2020-09-17T13:06:23-07:00

Independent Drivers Are Employees, Rules California Judge

On Monday, August 10, 2020, a California judge declared that Uber and Lyft have refused to comply with Assembly Bill 5 and ordered them to reclassify drivers as employees. This ruling is a significant blow to many gig economy companies who rely on independent contractors for their operations. Assembly Bill 5 A new state [...]

Independent Drivers Are Employees, Rules California Judge2020-09-17T13:26:36-07:00

Does the ‘ABC Test’ Cover Joint Employment?

The question of whether the “ABC test,” codified under Assembly Bill 5 (AB5), covers joint employment has yet to be answered. AB5 doesn’t offer definitive clarification on joint employment. Nor has any California state court confirmed whether the “ABC test” can be used to determine joint employer liability. Joint employment liability has been a central [...]

Does the ‘ABC Test’ Cover Joint Employment?2020-08-06T10:44:21-07:00
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