July 23, 2019

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The Gig Economy Hits Temporary Staffing: What are the Legal Considerations? [PODCAST]

New temporary staffing apps like Tilr and Shiftgig match workers with jobs in the same way that popular ridesharing apps match passengers with drivers. These apps offer a more streamlined approach than the traditional temporary staffing model, but an employment relationship is more complex than a ride to the airport. Join Kevin Zwetsch and Jennifer Colvin as they as discuss the legal and practical considerations of a digitized temporary staffing model.

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Kevin D. Zwetsch, Ogletree Deakins Law Firm, Labor and Employment, Litigation Law Attorney, Tampa

Mr. Zwetsch is a litigator, counselor, and business advisor.  He combines a diverse background in employment law and human resource management to defend and counsel employers facing employment litigation, complex and changing employment laws, and countless workplace issues. He has tried and won jury trials, administrative hearings, and arbitrations; prosecuted and defended trade secret and no-compete cases; responded to local and national investigations by government agencies; and counseled employers on issues ranging from sexual harassment, workplace violence, staff...

Jennifer Colvin, Ogletree Deakins Law Firm, Labor and Employment, Litigation Law Attorney, Chicago

Jennifer Colvin’s practice is focused on labor and employment litigation.  She began her legal career as an Administrative Law Judge with the Illinois Labor Relations Board, specializing in public sector labor law.  Jennifer joined Ogletree Deakins in 2006.

Jennifer’s current practice ranges from advice and counseling on matters such as employee handbooks, personnel policies, downsizing, family/medical leave, medical examinations, drug testing, discipline and discharge, and non-compete/non-solicitation issues to litigation and alternative dispute resolution of claims under federal, state and local employment laws.

Jennifer’s labor law practice includes advising companies regarding grievances and representing companies in labor arbitrations.

Jennifer also has extensive experience in defending tort related matters.