understanding independent contractor compliance: a podcast

June 11, 2014 Nathan Gibson

understanding independent contractor compliance: a podcast

Does your company hire contract or contingent workers? If so, you'll want to catch this program hosted on Big Picture Channel Podcast. Featuring expert advice from Nathan Gibson, Vice President of Payrolling and Contractor Solutions at Randstad Sourceright, the podcast provides insights on key considerations when hiring contractors, including:
  • Potential risks of misclassifying employees as contractors;
  • Real-life examples of who is an employees and who is a contractor
  • Examples of litmus tests that help determine employment status
  • What employers can dictate and not dictate when using contracted services;
  • Best practices to adhere to when using contractors
  • Engaging workers for core and non-core work for your business

This podcast is a must-listen for anyone who engages in contracted services and needs clarification on whether they are in compliance with federal and state labor laws. To access this podcast, CLICK HERE.

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About the Author

Nathan Gibson

Nathan is Vice President, Independent Contractor Compliance at Randstad Sourceright. He leads our independent contractor compliance team. He and his team help mitigate their clients' risks by properly screening and classifying independent contractors, freelancers, consultants and self-employed workers as part of a complete contingent worker solution. Nathan has more than 16 years experience in the staffing industry.

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