New Jersey next to debate limits on trucking’s use of owner-operators
New Jersey is the newest battleground for motor carriers that use owner-operators, as the state Senate takes up legislation aimed at limiting what workers can be considered independent contractors.
On Thursday, the labor committee is scheduled to debate S4204, a bill introduced by New Jersey Sen. Stephen Sweeney just seven days ago. Sen. Sweeney’s office was unable to comment by press time.
The bill would write into law that New Jersey employers use the “ABC” test to determine whether a driver should be classified as an employee or an independent contractor.
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