Using Independent Contractors and Outside Firms: Avoiding Employee Misclassification Checklist

A Checklist of independent contractor classification considerations and practical steps a company can take to minimize the risk of misclassification of employees as independent contractors. This Checklist considers individual workers and using outside firms as independent contractors. It is jurisdiction-neutral.


 

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