Our subscribers need up-to-date information on pending bills affecting independent contractors so they can devote their time to preparing for change, or lobbying to support, change or defeat the bills.
Gaithersburg, Maryland (PRWEB) March 17, 2015
Almost 100 bills affecting independent contractors have been introduced in state legislatures across the United States this legislative session – and Legislative Tracking PLUS has identified them, summarized them and is tracking their progress – while constantly watching for new bills. Examples of bill topics this legislative season thus far include: intensifying enforcement efforts targeting misclassification, requiring the use of e-verify with respect to independent contractors, recognizing a taxpayer’s federal Section 530 protection for state unemployment taxes, expanding state nexus requirements to cover independent contractors and revising worker classification tests.
“Traditionally, it has been very labor intensive for businesses and organizations with an interest in independent contractors to identify, review, summarize and track such a large number of bills,” says Patrick Hollrah, the tracking service’s Editor. “We simplify the legislative tracking process for our customers by doing the work for them and delivering the end product, the information they need. We monitor legislative activity, identify relevant bills, and provide subscribers with the results. Legislative Tracking PLUS offers users an economies of scale approach to legislative tracking that enables interested parties to stay current on state developments affecting independent contractors without having to invest in a large in-house staff.”
As the current legislative session continues to heat up, it is crucial that stakeholders that would be impacted by changes affecting independent contractors find an efficient and effective means of staying informed. “Our subscribers need up-to-date information on pending bills affecting independent contractors so they can devote their time to preparing for change, or lobbying to support, change or defeat the bills,” Hollrah adds. “And Legislative Tracking PLUS empowers its customers to do that.”
For additional information on Legislative Tracking PLUS, contact the Editor, Patrick Hollrah, at info(at)jclegalpublishing(dot)com or visit http://www.PJCLegalPublishing.com.
PJC Publishing, LLC is the nation’s leading source of books, guides, and education on legal issues related to independent contractors and the contingent workforce.