Free virtual workshop on 3/22/2021
You may consider them to be an independent contractor for your business, but how you treat these individuals will ultimately determine a potential lawsuit outcome. Since your business may be in trouble for the thousands, and it is likely to tarnish its reputation in a lawsuit, it is important for business owners who work with “independent contractors” to take the time to find out more.
For example, are independent contractors considered employees when an employer applies for PPP funds? Could you write an independent contractor for poor performance or behavioral issues? Are business owners responsible for the actions of the independent contractor?
Join attorney Ian Alden for this important and informative workshop.
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM (MDT)
Registration deadline: 3/22/21 12:00 PM (MDT)
Fees: No fees
Do you have questions or concerns about employees versus contractors? Contact L4SB today for Consultation.
author: Christy Donahue
Christie is the Director of Marketing (CMO) for Slingshot, the parent company of Law 4 Small Business (L4SB). She holds an MBA with a Psychology undergraduate. Christie was previously Senior Vice President at Albuquerque Bank and now leads the marketing efforts for six legal brands of the Slingshot Group of Companies.