independent contractor

March 3, 2017
Employment Protection Laws for Independent Contractors

Employment Protection Laws for Independent Contractors

For many people, it is a lifelong dream to tender their notice to the boss and work for themselves.  What could be better than being answerable only to you, setting your own hours, foregoing a horrendous twice-daily commute and best of all, not having to endure the endless germs that circulate around the office come Winter time?  Sure you might miss the lunches with your co-workers, but you’ll get over it. If you’re thinking of bringing your dream to fruition, […]
September 1, 2014

Employment Law for Independent Contractors

Independent contractors are on the rise in the United States. With growing healthcare costs and a lagging economy, companies are doing more and more of their hiring on a contract basis. Independent contractors are in business for themselves. They are self employed, meaning they do not work directly for companies and have not been hired as actual employees. There are advantages and disadvantages to being an independent contractor. The advantages include the ability to decide your own hours, to choose […]