New State Laws for Gig Employees: Classification, Minimum Pay, Sick Leave, Unemployment Benefits, Safety Requirements
A live 90-minute CLE video webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE course will guide employment counsel, gig businesses, and those businesses relying on gig workers on how to address common legal issues and mitigate risks stemming from the emerging gig economy. This program will examine the gig economy's impact on employers across multiple industries concerning worker classification, state and federal regulations, and exemption issues.
- New state laws on gig worker classification
- Minimum pay
- Sick leave
- Unemployment benefits
- Safety requirements
- California ABC test
- Overview of states' laws
- South Dakota
- Future of gig worker classification
The panel will address these and other relevant topics:
- What trends are likely to continue in state legislatures regarding gig worker classification?
- What other states may adopt the California ABC test?
- Will state laws that specify app-based drivers are not employees have implications for other workers?
Caroline E. Bressman
Ms. Bressman represents thousands of workers in wage and hour collective, class, and hybrid matters arising under... | Read More
Ms. Bressman represents thousands of workers in wage and hour collective, class, and hybrid matters arising under federal and state laws. She has advocated for the rights of workers across several industries, including positions such as background investigators, software engineers, home health aides, merchandisers, auto adjusters, yard switchers, and flooring estimators. In addition, Caroline has experience in handling single plaintiff discrimination, retaliation, and contract-based claims. Caroline regularly manages discovery and has experience in bringing and opposing dispositive motions. Whether representing a multi-hundred collective or a single individual, Caroline's meticulous approach and curiosity of the law equip her to tackle complex legal issues.Close