America’s visionary automaker Lee Iacocca once said, “I hire people brighter than me and I get out of their way.”
Even as authorities in different states engage in safeguarding the employment rights of their constituents, it appears that Colorado has seen more and speedier changes to protect employees and job candidates in the gig economy. New laws have been introduced, which seek to close the wage gap between the genders and to make it easier for those holding a criminal record to get jobs. This is mostly because, since the beginning of 2019, Democrats are dominating Colorado’s House of Representatives, the senate, and the governor’s office. As the governor of Colorado, Jared Polis, said, “It’s about time that we elevate the concerns of workers and update our labor laws to better meet today’s world.”
And so it was that in April 2019, Colorado became the first state to pass a law HB19-1166, which requires employers to take an extra step when fingerprint-based criminal record checks turn up arrests. This law requires employers to verify that a prospective employee whose judicial criminal records reveal an arrest was actually convicted.
A 2015 federal report found that arrest records in 10 states did not reveal the conclusion of a case at least 50% of the time. While not all arrests end in convictions, without a final check to verify that point, job candidates could be unfairly losing out on job prospects. Colorado’s HB19-1166 runs parallel to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s 2012 guidance to employers, which prohibits companies from eliminating a candidate from consideration for a position based on his arrest record.
This fundamental change in Colorado’s employments laws indicates employment laws across the United States are changing rapidly, compelling employers to change their hiring practices significantly to remain in compliance.
Yet, the process of hiring in itself is complex, with the employer required to understand a variety of issues, from minimum wages requirements to discrimination laws and the need to provide a safe environment, among other things. Often, employers are overwhelmed by the extent of background knowledge they have to acquire and look to lawyers to help them. From the employee’s perspective, they need the expertise and skills of an employment lawyer to enforce necessary laws their employer has not followed, including workers’ compensation insurance.
Apart from Colorado, California, too, is facing major labor challenges. The main protagonists in this issue are gig companies like Uber and Lyft. While many other states, including sections of the U.S. government, are making it easier for gig businesses to function, California is engaged in making it hard for them to survive.
California, together with several other states, is getting new laws in place to require gig businesses to convert their freelance workers into employees. This is a strategy to strengthen worker protections, for, as gig workers, contractors get fixed fees and have no other perks given to full-time employees.
According to the tough conditions, the California Supreme Court imposed on gig businesses in 2018, they are now compelled to treat their workers as full-time employees. And many people who were earlier treated as independent workers are now getting minimum wage and overtime pay.
The California legislature is actually moving further, with a new law, Assembly Bill or AB5, which was signed into law on September 18, 2019. AB5 requires many existing gig businesses to change the status of their independent contractors into employees, and thereby offer them all the benefits of being full-time employees.
The ride-hailing companies, in response to this law, are trying to get their drivers exempt from the law with the compromise of recognizing a union to represent the workers. However, where stringent requirements apply, businesses are finding it more expensive not to abide by the law. For instance, in the past few years, FedEx Ground spent about $500 million in settling lawsuits by workers who sued the company for denying them the benefits of being full-time employees.
In the case of AB5, the California Supreme Court shifted the burden to businesses to show clearly whether workers are employees or independent contractors. The new “ABC” test introduced by the law states that a person is “presumed to be an employee,” unless the company is able to prove that the person is not under “the control and direction” of the organization in performing the job; the work the person did has nothing to do with the line of business of the company;and that the worker is generally involved in an independent business.
Meanwhile, the sixth annual “Freelancing in America” survey, which released the results on October 3, 2019, concluded that 57 million American freelancers contribute over $1 trillion to the economy each year. Furthermore, more than 75% of freelancers work independently by choice. With the availability of numerous apps, people, especially millennials, are able to work on their terms and accept opportunities they believe are right for them.
As famous business magnate, Bill Gates said, “”The competition to hire the best will increase in the years ahead. Companies that give extra flexibility to their employees will have the edge in this area.”
Kids On The Sweetest Gig Earn Meaningful Perk ‘Healing the World with Chocolate’
On The Sweetest Gig kids taste the world’s best chocolate, write creative reviews, and earn meaningful perks to do good deeds; kids can gift chocolate globally.
— Carlos Cymerman, Fun Advocate+Founder The Sweetest Gig
SANTA MONICA, CA, UNITED STATES, January 21, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Recruiting for Good (R4G) is a staffing agency helping companies find talented professionals and generating proceeds to fund The Sweetest Gig (preparing kids for life).
According to Recruiting for Good and The Sweetest Gig, Founder, Carlos Cymerman, “On The Sweetest Gig, kids work and earn meaningful perks to do good deeds.”
Recruiting for Good is hiring 25 kids for the Sweetest Gig by February 9th, 2021; to write creative chocolate reviews in English, French, or Hebrew.
Kids that complete 3 successful reviews between February and April, 2021; earn mom gift (a box of fine chocolate, home delivered for Mother’s Day in LA). And earn spot on team to earn more meaningful perks.
Starting on Mother’s Day, kids that complete 3 successful reviews between May and July, 2021, earn Healing the World With Chocolate perk; gift and send chocolate globally (to family and friends).
About Healing With Chocolate
1. Kids learn that anything meaningful takes time and effort.
2. Kids use their creative talent to earn special perk (gift chocolate).
3. Kids pay forward chocolate to anyone in the world (and do a good deed).
Carlos Cymerman, adds “Chocolate heals mind, body, and soul!”
Before launching staffing agency, Recruiting for Good, Founder, Carlos Cymerman worked as a teacher for 10 years during and after college. And Recruiting for Good has been sponsoring creative writing contests for the last 10 years (for adults and kids). In 2014, he created and sponsored a creative writing program at Olympic High School in Santa Monica.
The Sweetest Gig is a rewarding ‘Kid Love Work’ program; especially suited for ‘Grateful Working Professional Families’ that love preparing their kids to succeed in life. Sweet Creative Middle School Kids are hired on weekends to taste The World’s Best Chocolate, write creative reviews (in English, French, or Hebrew), and earn meaningful perks to Do Good Deeds (Gift Mom Chocolate or Heal the World with Chocolate). The Sweetest Gig is created by Carlos Cymerman, and sponsored by Recruiting for Good. “Kids learn that anything meaningful, rewarding, and worthwhile; takes time, and effort.” www.TheSweetestGig.com
Summer Camp May Not Be Back…The Sweetest Gig Will Be… Summer 2021!
Since 1998, Recruiting for Good has been a purpose driven staffing company. Companies retain our recruiting agency to find talented and value driven professionals who love to use their talent for good in Accounting/Finance, Engineering, Information Technology, Marketing, Operations, and Sales. www.RecruitingforGood.com. R4G is on a fun mission; preparing kids for life to succeed thru ‘The Sweetest Gig,’ fun love work program.
Recruiting for Good Created The Goodie Foodie Club whose purpose is to help fund ‘The Sweetest Gig’ so more kids can learn to love work and prepare for life. Participate in our meaningful Referral Reward Program today to Enjoy The Sweetest Rewards (12 Months of Sushi, or 12 Months The Finest Chocolate Delivered to Mom). www.TheGoodieFoodieClub.com
Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Scope, Prediction, Key Players, Size, Share and Forecast 2026 | Buss-SMS-Canzler GmbH, GIG Karasek (Dr. Aichhorn Group), LCI Corporation (Nederman Group) – KSU
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Historical Data: 2015–2020
Forecast period: 2021-2028
Table of Content:
Chapter 1 Industry Overview
1.1 Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Overview
1.1.1 Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Product Scope
1.1.2 Market Status and Outlook
1.2 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size and Analysis by Regions (2014-2019)
1.2.1 North America Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Status and Outlook
1.2.2 EU Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Status and Outlook
1.2.3 Japan Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Status and Outlook
1.2.4 China Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Status and Outlook
1.2.5 India Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Status and Outlook
1.2.6 Southeast Asia Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Status and Outlook
1.3 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Segment by Types (2014-2026)
1.3.1 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue and Growth Rate Comparison by Types (2014-2026)
1.3.2 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue Market Share by Types in 2018
1.4 Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market by End Users/Application
1.4.1 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue (USD Mn) Comparison by Applications (2014-2026)
1.4.2 Application 1
1.4.3 Application 2
Chapter 2 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Competition Analysis by Players
2.1 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size (Million USD) by Players (2014-2019)
2.2 Competitive Status and Trend
2.2.1 Market Concentration Rate
2.2.2 Product/Service Differences
2.2.3 New Entrants
2.2.4 The Technology Trends in Future
Chapter 3 Company (Top Players) Profiles and Key Data
3.1 Company 1
3.1.1 Company Profile
3.1.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.1.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.1.4 Company 1, Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue (Million USD) (2014-2019)
3.1.5 Recent Developments
3.2 Company 2
3.2.1 Company Profile
3.2.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.2.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.2.4 Company 2, Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue (Million USD) (2014-2019)
3.2.5 Recent Developments
3.3 Company 3
3.3.1 Company Profile
3.3.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.3.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.3.4 Company 3, Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue (Million USD) (2014-2019)
3.3.5 Recent Developments
Chapter 4 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size Type (2014-2019)
4.1 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size by Type (2014-2019)
Chapter 5 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size Application (2014-2019)
5.1 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size by Application (2014-2019)
5.2 Potential Application of Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) in Future
5.3 Top Consumer / End Users of Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE)
Chapter 6 North America Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Development Status and Outlook
6.1 North America Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size (2014-2019)
6.2 North America Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size by Application (2014-2019)
Chapter 7 EU Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Development Status and Outlook
7.1 EU Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size (2014-2019)
7.2 EU Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size by Application (2014-2019)
Chapter 8 Japan Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Development Status and Outlook
8.1 Japan Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size (2014-2019)
8.2 Japan Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size by Application (2014-2019)
Chapter 9 China Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Development Status and Outlook
9.1 China Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size and Forecast (2014-2019)
9.2 China Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size by Application (2014-2019)
Chapter 10 India Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Development Status and Outlook
10.1 India Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size and Forecast (2014-2019)
10.2 India Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size by Application (2014-2019)
Chapter 11 Southeast Asia Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Development Status and Outlook
11.1 Southeast Asia Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size and Forecast (2014-2019)
11.2 Southeast Asia Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size by Application (2014-2019)
Chapter 12 Market Forecast by Regions and Application (2019-2026)
12.1 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size (Million USD) by Regions (2019-2026)
12.1. North America Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue and Growth Rate (2019-2026)
12.1.2 EU Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue and Growth Rate (2019-2026)
12.1.3 China Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue and Growth Rate (2019-2026)
12.1.4 Japan Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue and Growth Rate (2019-2026)
12.1.5 Southeast Asia Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue and Growth Rate (2019-2026)
12.1.6 India Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue and Growth Rate (2019-2026)
12.2 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size by Application (2019-2026)
Chapter 13 Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Dynamics
13.1 Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Opportunities
13.2 Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Challenge and Risk
13.2.1 Competition from Opponents
13.2.2 Downside Risks of Economy
13.3 Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Constraints and Threat
13.3.1 Threat from Substitute
13.3.2 Government Policy
13.3.3 Technology Risks
13.4 Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Driving Force
13.4.1 Growing Demand from Emerging Markets
13.4.2 Potential Application
Chapter 14 Market Effect Factors Analysis
14.1 Technology Progress/Risk
14.1.2 Technology Progress in Related Industry
14.2 Consumer Needs Trend/Customer Preference
14.3 External Environmental Change
14.3.1 Economic Fluctuations
14.3.2 Other Risk Factors
Chapter 15 Research Finding /Conclusion
Chapter 16 Methodology and Data Source
16.1 Methodology/Research Approach
16.1.1 Research Programs/Design
16.1.2 Market Size Estimation
16.1.3 Market Breakdown and Data Triangulation
16.2 Data Source
16.2.1 Secondary Sources
16.2.2 Primary Sources
16.4 Author List
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Company titles for gig workers reveal business models
Like much in the so-called gig economy, giving names to low-wage workers is nothing new. In 1975, Walmart CEO Sam Walton decided he was no longer going to call people at his stores “workers.” He was going to have “associates.”
The idea of giving fancy titles to low-wage workers spread. Today, Subway employees are called “sandwich artists.” At Disney World, managers call everyone from security guards to the person inside the Mickey Mouse costume a “cast member.”
But for gig companies, the question of what a worker is called isn’t just about marketing or trying to make a worker feel like part of the team. It is also essential to their business models.
These names bolster the companies’ arguments that their workers are contractors, not employees entitled to benefits and protections, said Caitlin Vega, a labor lawyer who works with unions. She said many of these invented names are a way for companies to create the illusion of distance from their workers by focusing on the tasks they perform.
Here’s how Vega summed up their argument: “ ‘They’re not our employees, they’re doing a discrete task. You know, they’re called “taskers” or “juicers” or some term that refers to the task, that is not integral to our business model of course,’ ” she said.
Uber has used terms for workers that boost the idea that they are independent, calling drivers driver-partners, a term the company uses in marketing and hiring documents. Companies like TaskRabbit put their invented worker names in the introductory videos for people who want to work for the company.
California’s Supreme Court, attorney general and Legislature agree there’s one accurate term for gig workers: “employees.” But gig companies spent over $200 million on Proposition 22, which legalized a new subemployee category for workers. Of course gig companies invented a name for it: “independent contractor-plus.”
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