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Gone are the days when all of a company’s “employees” were, legally speaking, their employees. Independent
contractors, temps and other non-standard or alternative work arrangements now make up more than one-third of the U.S. workforce. Such arrangements can provide much-needed flexibility for companies and individuals alike, but they can be more complicated from a legal perspective than they appear—a fact that
thousands of employers find out the hard way each year.

Misclassifying an independent contractor can cost you big time!