The California Supreme Court’s 2018 landmark decision, Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v. Superior Court (Dynamex), redefines the employment relationship between entities and independent contractors and introduces one of the most stringent standards in the United States for classifying workers as employees or independent contractors.
Join us for our on-demand webcast exploring how Dynamex may impact the health care industry. We’ll cover key changes and potential implications for your company, including the following:
- Unique challenges California health care employers face due to prohibition of corporate practice of medicine (CPOM) and its associated rules
- Near- and long-term changes to hiring and retention policies and how to approach them
- The new standard’s ABC Test, which must be used when determining independent worker classification
- Updates on future legislation that may impact the Dynamex decision
This webcast is copresented by Sheppard Mullin and Moss Adams.
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