Turning Contractors into Employees: All You Need to Know

July 27, 2022

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Depending on your needs, it might be better for you to hire a contractor instead of a full-time employee. However, there is no denying that turning a contractor into an employee holds important benefits such as

  • Reduced turnover rate
  • Avoiding compliance issues such as misclassification
  • Having more control over working hours
  • Lowering the risk of owing back taxes and benefits which can result in painful penalties

Of course, things can become more complicated if the contractor you wish to turn into an employee is located abroad. How can you best tackle this issue?

Have a look at our infographic for quick, concise and snackable information on how WorkMotion might be of great help when introducing abroad contractors into your remote-employee workforce.

…and if you want to learn more about what might be the best fit for your organisation, have a look at our blog post: Freelancer VS Employee: What’s Best For Your Company?

 

 

 

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