Several franchise groups argue that a California law dictating the test for classifying workers as employees threatens to destroy the franchisor model, according to a new lawsuit.
Franchise associations join a growing list of industries that argue that they ought to be exempt from the state’s AB5 law, which requires employers to use the ABC test to determine if workers are independent contractors or employees.
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