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California May Change The Way Ride-Sharing Companies Classify Their Workers

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California May Change The Way Ride-Sharing Companies Classify Their Workers

California May Change The Way Ride-Sharing Companies Classify Their Workers

California are set to vote on Assembly Bill 5, which would expand employment protections to ride-sharing drivers.

According to Business Insider, this may help drivers but hurt company’s balance sheets.

The proposed law would codify a three-part test to determine a worker’s status as an employee or independent contractor.

This test was determined during a 2018 Supreme Court decision involving Dynamex.


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