Craig Johnson

Senior Managing Editor

Craig Johnson
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Craig Johnson is Senior Managing Editor of Staffing Industry Review and Staffing Industry Analysts Daily News. Johnson joined Staffing Industry Analysts in 2006. He has more than 17 years of experience as a journalist.

Recent Articles

NLRB could expand joint employer definition in current case

26 August 2015

A ruling due any day now from the National Labor Relations Board could redefine some staffing client companies as joint employers under the National Labor Relations Act. 

DOL announces $5 million misclassification judgment and more

19 August 2015

One company settled a misclassification case with the DOL for $5 million, while the agency is pursuing another for $3 million.

Judge to decide Uber IC case class action status; more gig firms go W-2

12 August 2015

Both sides in the Uber misclassification case in California appeared in federal court last Thursday to argue over class action status, according to news reports. Separately, two more gig economy firms opted for going with W-2 workers instead of independent contractors.

Staffing buyer loses temp harassment case’s ‘hybrid test’

5 August 2015

A South Carolina staffing buyer is ruled a joint employer in a sexual harassment lawsuit brought by a temporary agency worker under a “hybrid test” put forward by the US Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. 

Google Express workers from staffing firm request representation

28 July 2015

Workers at the Google Express shopping service employed by Adecco have filed a request for union representation.

Independent contractor’s case against Google dismissed

29 July 2015

A case against Google brought by a former worker in New York claiming misclassification as an independent contractor has been dismissed after both parties reached a private settlement.

IC: Feds release interpretation of guidelines

22 July 2015

A new interpretation of how the definition of “employee” guides the determination of employee or contractor status may lead to intensified misclassification enforcement actions.

CW managers in Asia Pacific get insight on latest trends

22 July 2015

How can contingent workforce managers get a seat at the table and become part of the strategic decision-making process? Some are finding out this week at CWS Summit Singapore.

Delivery group wins independent contractor case, beats state law

15 July 2015

The Massachusetts Delivery Association won the right to use independent contractors when a judge ruled federal law preempts the state’s independent contractor law.

Another gig economy firm to categorize its workers as employees, not contractors

8 July 2015

Gig economy company Shyp announced in a recent blog it will reclassify its couriers as employees instead of independent contractors, following in the footsteps of Instacart.