The rise of the gig economy calls into question the fundamental nature of employment. Over the past 100 years, people who work for others (“employees”) have accrued a formidable array of benefits, ranging from fair labor standards and workers’ comp, to Social Security and unemployment insurance, from health and wellness benefits to 401ks. (In prior generations some lucky workers accrued guaranteed pensions, but these have gone in the way of the carbon copy.) The cost of all ...
The article you are attempting to read is part of our free Premium Media Services, offering original content for the workers' compensation community. Please log in to view this content. Don't have an account? Registration is quick and free! Click here for free and immediate access to all the Featured News and Experts' Views.
Enter your email address below and we will send you a link to reset your password.
Disclaimer: WorkersCompensation.com publishes independently generated writings from a variety of workers' compensation industry stakeholders. The opinions expressed are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of WorkersCompensation.com.