Gig Companies Push Mass. Ballot Initiative
The measure, modeled on California's Prop 22, "could make Massachusetts the epicenter for an expensive fight over the legal rights of gig workers."
DoorDash Heads to IPO With Pandemic Sales Surge
The No. 1 food-delivery service's revenue more than tripled in the first nine months of 2019 though it warned the pandemic-fueled spurt may not last.
Gig Companies Win Victory With Prop 22 in California
The push to exempt gig workers from state labor laws was the most expensive ballot-measure campaign in state history.
DoorDash Sued for Flouting Gig-Worker Law
The California lawsuit contends that the delivery company willingly misclassified employees to reduce business costs.
CA’s Gig Law Sparks New Need for Business Agility
Following in California's footsteps, every state could potentially adopt its own law regulating companies' use of gig workers.
Gig Worker Protection Bill Passes California Senate
The bill would require gig economy workers to be reclassified as employees instead of independent contractors.
Fiverr IPO Soars as Trading Begins
Shares of the Israeli online freelancer platform jumped on the company's first day of trading.
Gig Workers Are Not Employees: DOL
The Department of Labor's opinion came in a letter to a virtual marketplace company that operates in the "sharing" economy.
Are We Long — Or Short — On Talent?
By looking at their supply of skills and talent in a new light, organizations can better prepare their companies for tomorrow’s challenges.
What Gig Economy Jobs Are Really Like
Irregular and anti-social hours, sleep deprivation, exhaustion, low pay, no bargaining power — the autonomy comes at a price.
SEC Eases Equity Compensation Disclosure
The amended rules governing disclosure of employee stock sales reflect "new compensatory instruments and novel worker relationships."