- The law “represents a comprehensive framework for employment law that makes for a clear distinction between employer-employee relationships and professionals that run their own independent businesses,” bill author Assemblywoman
Lorena Gonzalez(D) said in a statement.
- Freelance writers, photographers, musicians, insurance underwriters, and competition judges are among the dozens of so-called gig economy professionals that can work without being classified as employees under the measure.
- Law goes ...
Sept. 5, 2020, 12:01 AM