Learn What Reclassification May Mean for Your Business and Workforce
If you're operating in California and employ independent contractors, Assembly Bill 5 (AB5) likely applies to you.
The "gig worker bill" AB5 is a law that went into effect on January 1, 2020. It reclassifies many independent contractors as employees and requires businesses to determine if they meet the criteria to be considered an employee or contractor under the law.
This bill could put most small to midsize businesses in a bind. That's why we’ve put together a comprehensive guide, Navigating California AB5: The Definitive Resource, to help you better understand the bill, its implications, and how you can respond without putting your business at risk. The guide also covers:
- Who is exempt from AB5
- Tips for navigating AB5
- How to bolster contractor status for “gray area” workers
- Logistical considerations for reclassification
- How to implement reclassification
- Potential AB5 retroactivity issues
- How using a PEO ensures AB5 compliance
Download the guide to learn how to effectively navigate the changing landscape and avoid harsh penalties and fines.