Jeremy Glenn was quoted in Capital Press discussing President Biden nominating Julie Su, California's current labor secretary, to be deputy labor secretary. "Su comes from the most aggressive employee-protective state in the country," said Jeremy. He predicts the Biden administration will push for national pay data reporting, meaning some employers must report pay and hours-worked data, including workers' sex and ethnicity. He also expects labor officials to push for an expanded definition of "employee," meaning people performing services on a property may get more protections. He encouraged business owners to have clear contractual agreements when outsourcing.
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