Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by KmH, Nov 22, 2017.
I'm shocked, SHOCKED!
Their are many more conditions that make a person an employee vs contractor. Two big ones are
How they get paid - Employees get paid a set price determined by their employer. Contractor bid jobs set their own price on the job or work they are bidding on, the client accepts the bid/price.
Time- Employees are expected to work set times or amounts of time. Contractors set their own time they work within project deadlines.
My response was not a "be all, end all" description of how a "1099" worker was defined. By contract specifics, projects are all defined within the triple constraints of project management (cost, scope, time). This subject requires far more study than the mere surface comments a blog allows.
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