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The Difference Between Employees and Independent Contractors Workshop

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Free virtual workshop on 3/22/2021

You may consider them an Independent Contractor for your business, but how you treat these individuals will ultimately determine the outcome of a potential lawsuit.  Since your business could be on the hook for thousands, and its reputation potentially sullied in a lawsuit, it is important for business owners who work with “Independent Contractors” to take the time to learn more.  

 For example, are Independent Contractors considered employees when a business owner applies for PPP funds?  Can you write an Independent Contractor up for bad performance or behavioral issues?  Are business owners liable for the acts of an Independent Contractor?

Join attorney Ian Alden for this important and informative workshop.

Sign up HERE

Date: 3/22/21
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM (MDT)
Registration Deadline: 3/22/21 12:00 PM (MDT)
Fee: No Fee

Do you have questions or concerns about employees vs. contractors? Reach out to L4SB today for consultation.

Law 4 Small Business, P.C. (L4SB). A little law now can save a lot later. A Slingshot company.

Kristy Donahue

Author: Kristy Donahue

Kristy is the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) for Slingshot, the parent company of Law 4 Small Business (L4SB). She is an MBA with an undergrad in Psychology. Formerly a Sr. VP with Bank of Albuquerque, Kristy now leads the marketing efforts of 6 legal brands for the Slingshot group of companies.

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