Independent contractor or employee?

March 23, 2020

How to hire without risk so you can succeed globally

When it comes to expanding your organization and hiring internationally, you may be using independent contractors as a quick way to get up and running. But getting up and running with independent contractors exposes you to risk if you're not well versed in the local country's laws governing employee classification.

"Independent contractor or employee?" covers:

  • Risks involved with using independent contractors
  • An alternative employment solution to consider
  • Why you may need to convert your contractors to employees, how do so compliantly—and how to start the conversation

Read the ebook now to learn how you can eliminate the hiring risks associated with international independent contractors.

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