Prop 22 has Significant Implications on ACA Healthcare Benefits

Prop 22 has Significant Implications on ACA Healthcare Benefits

November 11, 2020 2 minute read: With everyone’s attention focused on the results of the presidential election, folks may not realize that California Prop 22 will pass. As of November 6, the status Read More
Proposition 22 Will Require Healthcare Subsidies and Reporting

Proposition 22 Will Require Healthcare Subsidies and Reporting

October 1, 2020 2 minute read: Proponents of Proposition 22 have flooded TV airwaves with ads warning against the loss of jobs if Prop 22 does not pass. Prop 22 is a ballot Read More
CA AB2257 and Its Impact on ACA and Pay Equity Compliance

CA AB2257 and Its Impact on ACA and Pay Equity Compliance

September 10, 2020 2 minute read: California’s AB 5 has forever changed how employers work with freelance workers; that much is certain. A new bill, however, may provide relief for employers that work Read More
ACA Compliance Responsibilities Could Increase if the Federal Government Adopts the ABC Test for Employee Misclassification

ACA Compliance Responsibilities Could Increase if the Federal Government Adopts the ABC Test for Employee Misclassification

August 19, 2020 3 minute read: A tsunami for the gig economy may be coming on the horizon. We have written recently about the ongoing issues that gig economy employers, such as Uber Read More
California Doubles Down on Its Gig Economy Worker Misclassification Challenge. Learn How That Could Affect Your ACA Compliance

California Doubles Down on Its Gig Economy Worker Misclassification Challenge. Learn How That Could Affect Your ACA Compliance

August 12, 2020 3 minute read: California is doubling down in its battle against the gig economy. The California Labor Commissioner’s office just announced that it filed a lawsuit against Uber for misclassifying Read More
Gig-Economy Worker Benefits Will Affect ACA Compliance

Gig-Economy Worker Benefits Will Affect ACA Compliance

August 3, 2020 3 minute read: It’s no mystery that both companies and consumers benefit from the gig-economy, but what about the workers? Sure, it provides a means to an end, but workers Read More
Employee Misclassification Laws Add Headache to Employer ACA Compliance

Employee Misclassification Laws Add Headache to Employer ACA Compliance

July 31, 2020 3 minute read: In the past year three states have implemented laws that broaden the definition of “employee” and include penalties or additional liability exposure for employers who misclassify their Read More
Virginia’s New Misclassification Law Will Impact Employers ACA Compliance

Virginia’s New Misclassification Law Will Impact Employers ACA Compliance

July 6, 2020 2 minute read: Virginia has decided to get into the worker misclassification game with the passage and implementation of HB 984 on July 1, 2020. Unlike states such as California Read More
The Gig Economy Is Losing Ground in its Fight with AB5

The Gig Economy Is Losing Ground in its Fight with AB5

March 6, 2020 3 minute read: The passage and implementation of Assembly Bill 5 (“AB5”) in California has become a reckoning for employers who engage with large numbers of independent contractors and has Read More
Two Reasons Why AB5 is so Controversial

Two Reasons Why AB5 is so Controversial

February 5, 2020 3 minute read: On its face, Assembly Bill 5 (“AB5”) codifies a seemingly straight-forward analysis for employers to determine if their workers are 1) employees, or 2) independent contractors. This Read More
New Jersey’s ABC Test Could Impact ACA Compliance and Reporting

New Jersey’s ABC Test Could Impact ACA Compliance and Reporting

January 13, 2020 3 minute read: The state of New Jersey has introduced SB 4204 which would change the way employers classify their workforce. SB 4204 will require employers to administer the ABC Read More