California Supreme Court Considering New Test for Employment — Chicago’s No. 1 Overtime Law Law Firm

Once again, our economy is changing. Just like the industrial revolution brought new opportunities for advancement, the digital economy is also bringing with it new ways for people earn a living – either full time or on the side. While this can bring tremendous opportunity for enterprising workers, companies have taken advantage of the new “gig economy” by classifying their employees as independent contractors, even if they don’t qualify. While working as an independent contract can come with perks like being able to make your own hours, there are downsides, such as paying your own Social Security and self-employment tax. At the same time, companies using independent contractors don’t have to pay Social Security or employment tax on their independent contractors, although they do sacrifice a certain amount of control over the workers as a result, and they usually pay a little more by the hour, day or project. But lately it seems like companies want…

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