- Are you ready to hire some help in your business, but aren’t sure where to start?
- Are you feeling confused about the differences between Contractors and Employees – and why it even really matters?
- Do you want to make legally sound decisions for your business – and do things on the up-and-up?
Hiring Contractors and Employees
If you’re reading this, then you’ve probably just finished listening to Autumn Witt Boyd’s Legal Road Map Podcast Episode 12: Hiring Contractors and Employees with Ashley Cox of sproutHR. We so appreciate you listening in on this important topic!!
(And if you have no idea what I’m talking about and you ended up here by accident, click the link above to to listen this super informative episode now!)
Autumn and I wanted this episode to be incredibly helpful for small business owners like you, as you start thinking about and planning for growing your business by outsourcing or delegating some of your workload.
One of the most important places to begin outsourcing, is determining whether you want to hire an Independent Contractor or an Employee.
Knowing the difference between these two basic types of workers will help you hire the right person for your team from the start, as well as avoid penalties and making costly mistakes in the long run! Which is why I’ve created this helpful worksheet as a compliment to our discussion on the podcast.
In a matter of just a few minutes, you’ll be able to learn which worker you should hire – legally – based on how you plan on working with that individual. Easy peasy mac-n-cheesy, my friend!
If you’re ready to start figuring out which type of worker to hire – OR – if you want to double check the status of your current workers, then…
Click here to grab your FREE WORKSHEET mentioned during the podcast: “Independent Contractors vs. Employees Worksheet.”
Hey there! I’m Ashley, the HR Partner for Creatives at sproutHR.
I help you hire, train and lead your thriving team, all with confidence and heart.
With over a decade of corporate leadership and human resources experience, education, and training, I bring a breadth of knowledge to the creative world. I love making the complex, overwhelming and scary parts of growing, training and leading a team feel simple and fun! If you’re just starting out with hiring your first team member or you’ve been at it for a while, I can help you wherever you are on your journey. Click here to learn how we can work together!