Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Labor & employment
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2013-06-21
ISBN: 
9780779855025
Carswell

HR Manager's Guide to Independent Contractors in the Workplace

Availability: In Stock

Given the growing trend of hiring contract employees, especially through staffing agencies, a new law for contractors is developing. This comprehensive publication synthesizes the law and recent trends, in order for workplaces to deal with the legal issues that arise, for example — hiring contractors, payroll issues, administering the contractor/employer relationship, performance management, outsourcing contractors, hiring a third-party administrator, dismissal issues, tax issues, dealing with government bodies, and dealing with tribunals.

This book seeks to aid those who are affected by the independent contractor relationships such as payers, independent contractors, lawyers, human resources professionals, and other stakeholders or advisors dealing with issues relating to independent contractor relationships, such as recruitment professionals.

This guide provides detailed coverage on the following subjects:

  • Practical perspectives — Independent contractors within the current legal model of the employment relationship
  • Establishing and characterizing the Independent Contractor relationship
  • Policies and procedures that manage the Independent Contractor relationship
  • Termination of the Independent Contractor agreement
  • Tort law in the Independent Contractor relationship
  • Legislation
  • Issues with immigration and cross-border transfers
  • Third-party employers

Included with this book is a CD-ROM which includes a sample template for an Independent Contractor Agreement and a checklist on creating a true independent contractor relationship.

Carswell

HR Manager's Guide to Independent Contractors in the Workplace

Availability: In Stock

Description

Given the growing trend of hiring contract employees, especially through staffing agencies, a new law for contractors is developing. This comprehensive publication synthesizes the law and recent trends, in order for workplaces to deal with the legal issues that arise, for example — hiring contractors, payroll issues, administering the contractor/employer relationship, performance management, outsourcing contractors, hiring a third-party administrator, dismissal issues, tax issues, dealing with government bodies, and dealing with tribunals.

This book seeks to aid those who are affected by the independent contractor relationships such as payers, independent contractors, lawyers, human resources professionals, and other stakeholders or advisors dealing with issues relating to independent contractor relationships, such as recruitment professionals.

This guide provides detailed coverage on the following subjects:

  • Practical perspectives — Independent contractors within the current legal model of the employment relationship
  • Establishing and characterizing the Independent Contractor relationship
  • Policies and procedures that manage the Independent Contractor relationship
  • Termination of the Independent Contractor agreement
  • Tort law in the Independent Contractor relationship
  • Legislation
  • Issues with immigration and cross-border transfers
  • Third-party employers

Included with this book is a CD-ROM which includes a sample template for an Independent Contractor Agreement and a checklist on creating a true independent contractor relationship.