Senior Vice President, Industry Solutions, TalentWave
In April 2018, the California Supreme Court’s Dynamex ruling created a tectonic shift in California which severely narrowed the definition of how workers can be classified as true, independent contractors. Less than a year later, this ruling still has businesses scratching their heads and looking for answers. To interpret what the ‘usual course of business’ means when defining a worker as an independent contractor or an employee, legal experts are naturally taking a conservative approach when classifying – or reclassifying – a worker.
TalentWave will take you on their journey in first understanding the new law, interpreting how it applied to their client-base and finally their insight into what the future might hold.
In this webcast, you will learn:
Implications of Dynamex since the decision was announced and what we’ve learned since April 2018.
What advice the legal community is giving California businesses.
TalentWave’s views on worker classification in California and the cost impacts. We’ll share some interesting math based on real client data.
Potential legislative changes given the pressure from gig employers and the desire of workers who want an alternative to traditional employment practices.
Dive into details of the tax law changes impacting pass-through and corporate entities, the potential benefits and risks of the pass-through provision, and how to prepare for different talent acquisition and management models.