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Question #1: “Do you have accurate job descriptions…”Question #3: "Have you reviewed each worker treated as an independent contractor to ensure he/she should not be treated as an employee? ..."
These can have dramatic tax consequences and wage implications. If you have an independent contractor that only works for you and you direct most or all of his or her time, that person may actually be an employee by Departments of Labor or Treasury regulations.In these busy times, your company may have grown, shifted or gradually changed creating employment relationships that have changed too. Take a quick look at this short list of questions. If you are not sure of the answers to these questions, it may be time to talk to your attorney.
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