SB183 Alabama 2023 Session
Under existing law, determining whether an individual who performs services is an employee or a self-employed independent contractor takes into account whether the person who pays for the individual's services has the right to control only the result of the work performed or the right to exert broader control over how the work will be performed
This bill would provide that a motor carrier's implementation of safety improvement requirements for drivers shall not be considered in determining a driver's status as an employee or an independent contractor
Relating to labor and employement; to exclude consideration of a motor carrier's use of safety improvements, technologies, practices, and driver coaching in determining a motor carrier driver's classification as an independent contractor or an employee under state law.
|April 5, 2023||S||Introduced and Referred to Senate Fiscal Responsibility and Economic Development|
|April 5, 2023||S||Read First Time in House of Origin|
|Bill Text||SB183 Alabama 2023 Session - Introduced|