by: Peter G. Kavilas
The ABC test is NOT, newly created for, from the DYNAMEX Court case as Lorena has been quoted in several articles. This test has already been in use in very particular circumstances in several states and as early as the 1937.
The test was created in 1937, a time when there was no internet, most women did not work outside the home, and there were far fewer options for earning a living during the Great Depression.
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The “ABC” test is fundamentally flawed. It creates two new categories of “statutory employees” that deny independent-contractor status to large swaths of independent entrepreneurs. It harshly infringes on the rights of those who choose to offer their services as independent entrepreneurs and poses a clear and present threat to business innovation and efficiency. According to a 2010 study by Ph.D. economist Jeffrey A. Eisenach, “[p]olicy changes that curtail independent contracting … would result in higher unemployment, slower economic growth and reduced economic welfare.” The study also notes that curtailing independent contracting would
Politicians should not be allowed to distort and abuse such devices
Where is the institutional OVERSIGHT? How does this stuff even happen?
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