Category: Oklahoma

Posted in Arkansas Oklahoma Tennessee

Three States Improve Independent Contractor Status Protection with New Laws 

From the Insights Association, Howard Fienberg reports on three states who changes their laws from the ABC…

Posted in Oklahoma

Oklahoma Bill Would Adopt a Common-Law Test to Define ‘Employee’ for Unemployment Purposes

The Coalition to Promote Independent Entrepreneurs reports that a bill was filed in Oklahoma to change the…

Posted in Oklahoma

September 2017 Independent Contractor Misclassification and Compliance News Update

  From JDSupra, Richard Reibstein discusses an Oklahoma case in which a personal assistant alleged she was…

Posted in Oklahoma

US Department of Labor, Oklahoma Employment Security Commission sign agreement to protect workers from misclassification 

  The United States Department of Labor announced that it entered into an agreement with the Oklahoma…

Posted in California Oklahoma

Court ruling in California could affect Uber drivers in Oklahoma

From NewsOK, Paula Burkes shares a conversation with Adam Childers about the California decision that an Uber driver…

Posted in Oklahoma

Roofer who worked as part of a team and was told where to go and what to do was an employee

From  WestlawNext (subscription required) — The Supreme Court of Oklahoma addressed the issues of employee or independent contractor in…