Anthony Giannotti, one of the owners of Bottle and Barlow, gives a haircut earlier this year. Giannotti’s entire seven-person barber staff of independent contractors quit rather be reclassified as employees, he said. It’s one of the first local dominoes to fall as a result of state Supreme Court’s decision in April of Dynamex Operations West Inc. v. Superior Court, which redefined who can work as an independent contractor.
Anthony Giannotti, one of the owners of Bottle and Barlow, gives a haircut earlier this year. Giannotti’s entire seven-person barber staff of independent contractors quit rather be reclassified as employees, he said. It’s one of the first local dominoes to fall as a result of state Supreme Court’s decision in April of Dynamex Operations West Inc. v. Superior Court, which redefined who can work as an independent contractor. Bee file
Anthony Giannotti, one of the owners of Bottle and Barlow, gives a haircut earlier this year. Giannotti’s entire seven-person barber staff of independent contractors quit rather be reclassified as employees, he said. It’s one of the first local dominoes to fall as a result of state Supreme Court’s decision in April of Dynamex Operations West Inc. v. Superior Court, which redefined who can work as an independent contractor. Bee file

Bottle & Barlow barbers quit over state high court’s ruling on independent contractors

September 06, 2018 03:00 AM