A Day That Will Live in Infamy for California Employers

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My good friend and colleague, Scott W. Williams, Esq from The Small Business Law Firm, P.C., authored a brief about the landmark California Supreme Court case Dynamex Operations West, Inc.

With this new law, the prerequisites for determining if someone is an independent contractor (IC) or employee has changed DRAMATICALLY, and if you don’t know about this, it is critical for a business who use IC understand the world changed for you on April 30, 2018.

Please take a moment to understand this significant change.

Here is his brief.

If you would like more information, contact Scott HERE


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Author: Robert Grossman
Robert S. Grossman is a business growth consultant, trainer/facilitator, coach and speaker with decades of experience. Having achieved success in both the corporate world and as an entrepreneur, Robert has helped hundreds of companies with high-performance strategic consulting, training and communications. He coaches business leaders, CEOs, presidents, entrepreneurs and sales professionals. Robert brings 30 years of experience as a business owner, executive coach, Vistage chair and an award-winning communicator.

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