Proposition 22 and the Gig Economy: Wage Requirements, Health Stipends, Removal of Noncompetes
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide employment counsel, gig businesses, and those businesses relying on gig workers to address the legal issues that arise from the passage of Proposition 22 in California. The panel will address the issues of wage and hour requirements, the requirements related to payment of health insurance stipends, and the restrictions to noncompetes and other restrictive covenants. The program will examine how this change to the gig economy impacts employers across multiple industries on worker classification, state and federal regulations, and exemption issues.
- History of Prop 22
- Applicable businesses regulated
- Applicable workers regulated
- Control and flexibility of drivers
- Restriction on noncompetes
- Structures of compensation
- Healthcare stipend
- The future of the gig economy
The panel will review these and other relevant topics:
- What businesses are governed under Prop 22? Which workers in those businesses are governed under Prop 22?
- What rights do workers have to establish schedules? Are noncompetes enforceable against gig workers?
- How is compensation structured under Prop 22? When is overtime applicable?
- What type of healthcare stipend is owed to gig workers under Prop 22?
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
Nicole F. Dailo
Nilan Johnson Lewis
Ms. Dailo counsels and represents employers in discrimination, wage-and-hour, and non-compete and trade secret... | Read More
Ms. Dailo counsels and represents employers in discrimination, wage-and-hour, and non-compete and trade secret matters.Close