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California passes landmark bill to remake gig economy

bizjournals Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
Under the measure, which would go into effect Jan. 1, workers must be designated as employees instead of contractors if a company exerts control over how they perform their tasks or if their work is part of a company’s regular business.
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News video: State Senate approves bill that would change

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A bill that would classify independent contractors in California as employees is on the verge of becoming a law.

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