With a new shift in political power, renewed efforts are once again underway to pass the PRO Act, a more stringent and federal version of AB5, which means getting your IC processes in order now is crucial to safeguarding your company from misclassification.
Learn valuable how-to's for your business regarding the 2018 FAB guidelines, risk mitigation, and best practices for interacting with contract caregivers.
Retaining an independent contractor workforce can be tough, and a shrinking worker pool is making it even harder for transportation carriers to recruit qualified drivers consistently.
In this webinar, Openforce’s Ryan Kelly and Partner at Newhouse Law PLLC, Jeff Newhouse will talk about understanding the benefits and risks of working with independent contractors.
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) have been a hot topic recently, with several large transactions being executed and continually mounting interest.
The Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, or PUA, is a federally funded program that was recently announced under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Security (CARES) Act.
In this webinar, Openforce's Ryan Kelly and Managing Partner at Consultech HR Advisors, Paul Gapp will talk through the different types of agencies enforcing worker misclassification policies.
For companies classifying service providers as “independent contractors” rather than employees, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has just issued a warning: In its view, “most” American workers are really employees.
Episode 17: Industry legal expert Doug Grawe joins us for a short, but info-packed podcast to break down the impact of this rule and what it means for businesses utilizing independent contractors.