Partnership

PARTNERSHIP/SUBCONTRACTING SERVICES

 

We Welcome All Subcontracting assignments from facility management companies and other cleaning companies.

We at Nifty specialize in working with facility managements companies, property management and other companies as an affiliate partner to fulfill your cleaning services.

In addition, Nifty can aid you in regards with California Assembly Bill 5 or AB 5 is a state statute that expands a landmark Supreme Court of California case from 2018, Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v. Superior Court.

In California employment law, there is a distinction between workers classified as employees as opposed to those classified as independent contractors

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California Assembly Bill 5 or AB5 is a state statute that expands a landmark Supreme Court of California case from 2018, Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v. Superior Court (“Dynamex”). In that case, the court held that most wage-earning workers are employees and ought to be classified as such, and that the burden of proof for classifying individuals as independent contractors belongs to the hiring entity. AB 5 extends that decision to all workers. It entitles them to be classified as employees with the usual labor protections, such as minimum wage laws, sick leave, and unemployment and workers’ compensation benefits, which do not apply to independent contractors. Concerns over employee misclassification, especially in the gig economy, drove support for the bill, but it remains divisive.

The law codifies and expands the scope of the so-called “ABC test”, established in the Dynamex ruling. That test states that a worker must be classified as an employee, and not a contractor, unless the employment meets all of the following conditions: (A) the individual is free from direction and control applicable both under the contract for the performance of service and in fact; (B) the service is performed outside the usual course of business of the employer; and (C) the individual is customarily engaged in an independently established trade, occupation, profession, or business of the same nature as that involved in the service performed.

S.G. Borello & Sons, Inc. v. Department of Industrial Relations

 Martinez v. Combs