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Posted over 1 year ago.

Thank you for your answer and insights. I believe based on what you answered and the facts associated with this case and the details elaborated in my comments to Mr. Hong and Mr. Corson, the consultant was an employee of both client and the staffing agency and that a a dual employment relationship existed.
I have little doubts the issue of employers evading their liabilities to be a new phenomenon. It must have been known or recognized too well as it has been happening very frequently specially since the last two decades.

Based on what I was told DLSE does not deal with cases where only an individual is involved unless the case is concerned with a group of employees working for those very same employers. It may not be of a matter of concern if a huge population of up to ten millions are subjecedt to such abuses and law-evading practices.

The WCAB may not be interested in individual cases either, specially when out of state agencies and employers are involved even if some findings are already in place and established in similar cases.

In summary, this case and issue is in essence related to employment rights and concerned to a huge class that are being deprived of theirs.

Again, I am unaware of dedicated employee attorneys, legal advocates, Organizations which might already be working to protect the employees, inured workers, and a massive population of workers up to 10 million who are frequently misclassified by the employers and their staffing agencies.

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Posted over 1 year ago.

I am going to select your answer as the best one I received. However, I am not sure the underlying facts or the issues created by the abuses or harms done to a huge population of contingent employees ever or adequately addressed.