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.
Episode 15: Although AB5 was signed into law in 2019, it resurfaced again when the U.S. Supreme Court declined to take the California Trucking Association’s challenge to California’s AB5 independent contractor status test.
Episode 8: The top five transportation industry predictions for 2022, and the role of technology in solving current and future challenges.
Driver shortages and higher carrier rates expected to continue; technology and insurance key to mitigating cost increases
Some misconceptions about contingent workers can dissuade some companies from using this model. However, the increasing trend toward contract work is in part due to smarter technology.
A newer insurance model can position all parties as winners—whether you’re a broker, an independent contractor (IC), or a company that relies on both.
Are you leveraging tech trends in 2020 to ensure the best long-term results for your business and independent contractor workforce?