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Klinedinst to Present Employee Misclassification Webinars on Dynamex Decision

The California Supreme Court’s game-changing opinion in Dynamex Operations W. v. Superior L.A. County, makes it likely that California businesses currently using independent contractors will have to reclassify many of them as employees. Join Klinedinst employment attorney Patrick Goode for a special webinar on the impact of this ruling and real-world guidance to help businesses ensure full compliance.

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA – The California Supreme Court’s landmark ruling in the matter of Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v. Superior Court of Los Angeles has spurred a lot of interest and concern among California employers.  This new Supreme Court case, and the classification test it creates, has enormous ramifications for California businesses that currently use independent contractors.

To help employers understand the ramifications and ensure compliance, Patrick J. Goode from Klinedinst’s Employment Group are presenting a webinar series to demystify these new regulations. The series includes two showings:

Registration is $50 per attendee, and each employment law webinar will cover:

  • What Is an Independent Contractor?
  • Economic Control Test
  • Multi-Factor Test
  • ABC Test
  • Why Does the Status of Independent Contractor Matter?
  • Issues Faced By Employers Who Misclassify Employees as Independent Contractors
  • Best Practices

These webinars are designed to keep HR professionals and business executives up to date, and will include practical guidance for addressing common issues faced by employers.

The webinar is eligible for 1-hour credit toward California GPHR, HRBP, HRMP, PHR and SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute. The program is valid for 1.0 PDCs toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification. It also provides1 hour MCLE credit.

To register or learn more, click on the link below:


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