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Occupational Health and Safety Considerations in Today’s Gig Economy


Workers not treated as “employees” are often not entitled to statutory safeguards, and this has the potential to raise several occupational health and safety considerations for gig economy workers. In a bylined article for the Hawaii Bar Journal, lawyer Scott Prange wrote a thorough piece focused on the occupational protections that currently exist for gig economy workers while examining some new approaches when it comes to addressing their workplace safety.

To read the full article, visit the Hawaii Bar Journal.


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