What is the difference between an independent contractor and an employee?

The distinction between independent contractors and employees depends on many factors and can vary state to state. In general, an independent contractor has control over work location and work hours, can make independent choices about the way the work is performed, can hire someone to perform some or all of the work, does not receive […]

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The distinction between independent contractors and employees depends on many factors and can vary state to state. In general, an independent contractor has control over work location and work hours, can make independent choices about the way the work is performed, can hire someone to perform some or all of the work, does not receive benefits from the employer, and is paid according to the terms of an agreement between the company and the contractor. This is only a partial list of the characteristics of an independent contractor. Whether someone is a contractor or employee depends on the facts of each situation and must be made on a case-by-case basis. An employer should consult employment counsel for more information.

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