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Introduced Senate Bill (S)

DIGEST

Presumption of worker status. Establishes a presumption that a worker performing work at a licensed premises is an independent contractor if certain conditions are met. Provides that the presumption applies for purposes of construing statutes concerning the minimum wage, frequency of wage payments, wage claims, employee breaks, worker's compensation and occupational diseases compensation, unemployment compensation, the Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Act, and civil rights enforcement. Provides that the presumption may be rebutted with competent evidence and that a meeting or hearing held to rebut the presumption may be held as an executive session under the public meetings law. Provides Presumption of worker status. Establishes a presumption that a worker performing work at a licensed premises is an independent contractor if certain conditions are met. Provides that the presumption applies for purposes of construing statutes concerning the minimum wage, frequency of wage payments, wage claims, employee breaks, worker's compensation and occupational diseases compensation, unemployment compensation, the Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Act, and civil rights enforcement. Provides that the presumption may be rebutted with competent evidence and that a meeting or hearing held to rebut the presumption may be held as an executive session under the public meetings law. Provides that, if a worker does not satisfy the conditions and the presumption does not apply to the worker, a presumption is not created that the worker is an employee. ... View more