A new Arizona law effective Aug. 6 allows employers to prove the existence of an independent contractor relationship by having the worker sign a declaration, The National Law Review reports. Under the new law, such a declaration, though rebuttable, creates the presumption that an independent contractor relationship exists. However, the NLR clarifies, the lack of a signed declaration does not mean employment is assumed. Read more at the nationallawreview.com.
Arizona businesses can prove IC status with signed declaration
Contingent Workforce Strategies 3.0 staff
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