The guys end the week by talking about the waivers signed by participants in extreme sports like Tough Mudder. They address the question, “I’m an independent contractor and was presented with an agreement that basically makes me liable for any mistake I make and not the company. Is this fair, or even common practice?”
- Amazon’s Creative Way To Avoid Hiring Drivers As Employees [e236]
- The Cost of Converting Independent Contractors to Employees
- How Telecommuting Has Changed The Employee Landscape [e223]
- Protect Your Business with an On Demand Legal Team
- Uber Drivers — Employees or Contractors
- What to do When a Customer Accuses an Employee of Theft
- How To Work as a Freelancer While Also Being an Employee [e150]
- Can I Reduce Costs by Reclassifying Employees as Independent Contractors?
- Share Ownership Equity Interest Without Giving Up Control [How To]
- The $41 Billion Company Uber is a Horrible Role Model for Business
- Apple Claims It Has No Access to Devices Under iOS8 [e97]
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