Join Date: Sep 2015
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I agree that hiring all part timers maybe an impossible route to go, but that’s really the only real option they have. Changing their current business model I don’t see them doing, their businesses will shirk because of not having the reach they once had with misusing and misclassification of Independant contractors. At one point these companies will be made to hire part-time employees and may only cover very small areas. But then they may also create these mini regionals all over the area and then we have the whole subbing to subs going on, the cycle of subbing continues on. One way to eliminate a lot of this is have a national
Industry standard and professional licensing requirements, I saw a post months ago about that I have to agree with that person’s post, thick about how many got into this industry, was because there is very little self investment required , some companies don’t even require aspen Grove numbers, even a post on Facebook group about a company hired an another independent contractor to do work , sent the work orders with no contracts to sign or a background check, nothing . Also some of these overseas processing companies are now starting businesses here to directly compete with the others as those processors see the cost of jobs and being paid out, beats getting $5.00 a day in some of these South-Eastern Asia companies , like Bangladesh. Stricter Regulations are probably going to be next on the horizon, as more of these misclassification law suits start coming forward ? Only a matter of time, what’s really interesting is where these Law suits are taking place , one of the most liberal states in the union, California.
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