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Your Independent Contract Consultant Workforce. Why use them? How to use them?

Topic:
Your Independent Contract Consultant Workforce. Why use them? How to use them?
Date:
August 14, 2012 at 3:30 - 4:30 PM ET
Presenters:
Jill Freeman, Director of Operations(Rothwell International Limited)
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Description
In today’s economy, your organization must be creative with people. People are your most important resource, but they also are your most expensive resource! The projects that pop up around your organization do not all need to be done by employees. You can bring on consultants who can supplement your permanent workforce.

But the HR community must be cognizant and accountable for the compliance issues around the supplemental workforce. The HR professionals need to be the responsible point-person for the rest of the organization when bringing on supplemental contract consultants. Yes, the government’s rules and regulations are tight…especially the State’s rules and regulations, but with some education and advocacy, we can navigate our ways through these landmines.

Once we have decided that some of our projects can be satisfied with a contingent or supplemental workforce, how do we go about implementing best practices to assist us with our need for structured and well-thought-out processes?

In this session we will discuss:

1) The real-scoop on the rules and regulations that organizations feel within each and every state.
2) How to avoid getting tangled up with the IRS, Department of Labor and Labor Relations.
3) The intricacies around being 100% compliant when bringing on Independent Contractors.
4) The intricacies around staying 100% compliant when using Independent Contractors long-term.

We will look at the various options your organization has available when choosing how to bring on independent contractors. These options range from hiring in individual consultant who is incorporated… to mandating that your contract consultants work through an Employer-of-Record or Payroll Service…to using a ‘temporary employee’ mode through your own payroll.
Who Should Participate
All HR Professionals should participate especially if involved with legal, compliance, staffing or hiring.
What You Will Learn
You will learn much new information including: 1) The real-scoop on the rules and regulations that organizations feel within each and every state. 2) The intricacies around being 100% compliant when bringing on Independent Contractors. 3) The (payroll) options available to you when using Independent Contractors long-term.
Recommended Resources
www.BenefitsForConsultants.com www.Rothwell-international.com www.icadvisor.com
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Rothwell International Limited

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Rothwell International Limited
Rothwell offers back-office services and insurances (healthcare and business insurances) to Independent Consultants.
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