4 Tips For Avoiding Misclassification Suits


Chris Scheithauer said that employers which use independent contractors should address the duration and expected outcome of their employment, in order to “identify the end product or result they are purchasing from the person and what the time horizon is for the project to be completed.” He added that the independent contractor classification should be used sparingly, because “I see the independent contractor classification for third-party vendors, not for workers who are coming in on any permanence and doing something for the company.”