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Rethinking independent contractor status – The decision could have broad consequences

The recent California Supreme Court decision in Dynamex raises the question whether
California businesses may soon be required to reevaluate whether workers classified as
independent contractors should instead be treated as employees. Whether or not Dynamex
will become a springboard for change, it serves as an important reminder to reexamine
current worker classification.

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