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As Grocer Plans to Replace Drivers, Observers Question Sufficiency of Prop. 22 Benefits

By Mark Powell (Reporter)

Wednesday, January 13, 2021 | 876 | 0 | 66 min read

When some California workers’ compensation stakeholders learned that grocery giant Albertsons planned to lay off non-union delivery drivers and replace them with part-time independent contractors, they said they were frustrated but not surprised. After all, they said, once voters passed Proposition 22 last November, it was only a matter of time before companies found a way to rely on workers who aren’t afforded the same benefits and protections as full-time employees. “CAAA was against Prop. 22 for exactly these reasons,” said Diane Worley, executive director for ...

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