DC Think Tank Charges NLRB Favors Business

After so many years of National Labor Relations Decisions coming down on the side of organized labor, the tide has now turned according to a liberal Washington DC think tank. The left-leaning Economic Policy Institute released an analysis of NLRB decisions this week that they claim shows a bias in favor of business interests by…

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Class Action Filed Using AB5 in California

Before the ink was even dry on the California Governor’s signature on Assembly Bill 5 (the sweeping worker classification law that codified the Dynamex decision) last week, rideshare company Uber was hit with a class-action suit alleging the company had illegally misclassified its drivers as independent contractors rather than employees. The plaintiff’s attorney, Shannon Liss-Riordan…

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Expansive California Bill is Battleground

California Assembly Bill 5 has certainly served to generate significant controversy across many, if not most, industries in the Golden State. AB-5, which has already passed the state Assembly, would codify a California Supreme Court decision (Dynamex Operations West) decided in April 2018. In Dynamex, the state’s highest court established that all workers are essentially…

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NLRB Rules Misclassification Doesn’t Violate Law –

The National Labor Relations Board ruled yesterday that the simple misclassification of employees as independent contractors does not necessarily violate the National Labor Relations Act. In a split 3-1 decision in Velox Express Inc., the agency found that simply misclassifying workers as independent contractors instead of employees does not interfere with the workers’ rights to…

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