Could ‘Portable Benefits’ Help Gig Workers Find Stability?

Gig Workers

In the United States, many social protections such as health insurance and unemployment benefits have traditionally been tied to an employment model that is changing rapidly. Work full-time at a white-collar job, and you will likely be offered health insurance, worker’s comp, and paid vacation (although there’s still no federal law mandating employers offer vacation to their employees). Work a part-time job or string together gigs through apps, as more Americans are doing, and there’s likely no safety net for you.


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