Independent contractors

Rethinking the Gig Economy

Compensation - January 10, 2021

The gig economy, alongside the future of work, has become a well-known subject of conversation. The gig economy involves working arrangements that are closer to “gi...

Proposition 22 Pass Gives Uber and Lyft New Gig Economy Model to Perpetuate

Featured - November 09, 2020

Learn about the latest gig economy news and updates here at leading one of the leading HR magazines, The HR Digest. ...

‘Tipping’ Promotes Workplace Discrimination and Weakens Employee Morale

Compensation - May 03, 2016

Tipping is basically one of the most bizarre practices in worldwide economies. Under the influence of America, tipping has become literally compulsory for a social image....

Uber Drivers Continue to Remain Independent Contractors

Compensation - April 22, 2016

Ride-sharing service Uber has agreed to make several policy concessions and compensate up to $100M to settle a pair of class-action lawsuits in Massachusetts and Califor...

Uber Drivers are Independent Contractors or Employees?

Compensation - April 08, 2016

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick may have taken a breath of relief as his company received a major break by the court. The U.S. Court of Appeal for the 9th Circuit has offered a ...

Independent Contractors May Have a Reason to Rejoice

Employee Benefits - March 30, 2016

Lorena Gonzalez, an assembly member from California State, has proposed a bill “The California 1099 Self-Organizing Act” for independent contractors, which confirms t...

The Ultimate Altercation: Independent Contractor and Employee

Employee Benefits - August 24, 2015

Independent contractor and employee. Is there any difference between these two different sets of work categories? Well, several people will say no, there is no difference...