Alexander Sammon

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California AB 5 aims to make it more difficult for companies to classify workers in the so-called gig economy as independent contractors.

Will California make it tougher to classify people as independent contractors? Democratic candidates take notice

California AB 5 aims to make it more difficult for companies to classify workers in the so-called gig economy as independent contractors.

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