Proposed legislation may weaken industry’s collective power.
By Corinne Lincoln-Pinheiro
The clearly evolving environment in the American workplace will undoubtedly create amendments in existing statutes or generate new legislation says Adolfo Franco, chief counsel of the Direct Selling Association (DSA). Those efforts, he emphasizes, “do not change what we are.”
In anticipation this conflict would only intensify as the conversation about the changing American workforce and the gig economy developed, the DSA is looking at existing statutes to ensure clarity around correctly classifying direct sellers as independent contractors across all types of legislation.
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