Appeals court overturns AB 5 injunction, rules California truckers not ICs

|May 5th, 2021|

A federal appeals court ruled that truck drivers in California should be classified as employees rather than independent contractors, overturning an injunction that stopped the trucking industry from coming under Assembly Bill 5, California’s get-tough law on independent contractor misclassification.
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NLRB appointments: A different direction

|January 27th, 2021|

With a new chairman and new acting general counsel, the National Labor Relations Board is expected to target Trump policies.

As IC usage grows, manage your risk

|January 13th, 2021|

Contingent workforce managers plan to increase their usage of independent contractors. Here are some steps you can take to mitigate your risk when using this strategic worker classification.

Trump expected to push immigration limits in final days

|December 16th, 2020|

In an interview with a Forbes contributor, an immigration attorney discusses the Trump Administration’s immigration regulatory agenda in its final days, recent court rulings and how late actions might affect companies, visa holders and students.

NY judge strikes down DOL co-employment rule

|September 16th, 2020|

A federal district court in New York struck down a significant portion of the DOL’s new standard for establishing joint-employer liability under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Amazon to face security screen class action

|July 15th, 2020|

New Jersey District Court reasons that post-shift security screens should be compensable under state law.

No CWS 3.0 next week

|June 26th, 2019|

Your next issue of Contingent Workforce Strategies 3.0 will be delivered on July 10.