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Old 02-10-2019, 07:40 PM   #1
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How will you deal with the Borello ABC rule and the Dynamex Case ruling?
The grand killer of all subcontracting and gig economy.
(Especially the "B" segment)
"(B) The worker performs work that is outside the course of the hiring entity’s business"
so since as a contractor you more or less verse in most trades there is where you get shot in the back.

For those who are not aware of it:
https://www.sfchronicle.com/business...n-13585979.php
https://www.zenefits.com/blog/califo...ontractor-law/
https://www.hrdefenseblog.com/2018/0...ployee-status/

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Old 02-10-2019, 07:47 PM   #2
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How will you deal with the Borello ABC rule and the Dynamex Case ruling?
The grand killer of all subcontracting and gig economy.
(Especially the "B" segment)
"(B) The worker performs work that is outside the course of the hiring entity’s business"
so since as a contractor you more or less verse in most trades there is where you get shot in the back.

For those who are not aware of it:
https://www.sfchronicle.com/business...n-13585979.php
https://www.zenefits.com/blog/califo...ontractor-law/
https://www.hrdefenseblog.com/2018/0...ployee-status/


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Old 02-14-2019, 12:05 AM   #3
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Well I guess the business acumen is pretty much nil around here or I am on this forum the only contractor in California....
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We are in California, thanks for sharing this. Can you send a new link where I can read about this. I'm not aware of it. The links you put didnt work.
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most, if not all of this deals with pw work.

go to the dir website.
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Well I guess the business acumen is pretty much nil around here or I am on this forum the only contractor in California....
Well, your links don't work and it is really difficult to understand what it is you are driving at or what question you are asking.

"How will you deal with the Borello ABC rule and the Dynamex Case ruling?" Meaningless, I guess that is what the non-working links refer to?

"The grand killer of all subcontracting and gig economy.
(Especially the "B" segment)
"(B) The worker performs work that is outside the course of the hiring entity’s business"
so since as a contractor you more or less verse in most trades there is where you get shot in the back."

What are you even trying to say here?

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