Friday, October 20, 2017
Breaking News
Home » RV Industry News » Webinar defines employees vs. independent contractors

Webinar defines employees vs. independent contractors

Webinar defines employees vs. independent contractors

FAIRFAX, Va. — What’s the difference between an employee and an independent contractor? If you don’t know, it’s important to find out because these are separate categories classified under labor law. A free webinar from the Mike Molino RV Learning Center Feb. 25, at noon ET, will explain the difference and share ways to protect your company from making costly errors.

Dealer webinars are provided by RVDA’s strategic partner KPA as part of the array of educational offerings available through the RV Learning Center.  Register online.

Join KPA’s HR expert Brianna Stashak as she delves into the difference between employees and independent contractors. She will explain why employees can only be classified as independent contractors if they meet specific guidelines; including seemingly simple things such as being on company payroll, use of company property, and the permanency of the relationship can mean that they cannot be independent contractors.  She’ll discuss appropriate independent contractor documentation and present management best practices.

Webinars are provided by RVDA’s strategic partner KPA as part of the array of educational offerings available through the RV Learning Center. For questions or feedback, contact Becky Ross at bross@kpaonline.com, 866.356.1735 or Karin Van Duyse at the RV Learning Center at kvanduyse@rvda.org, 703.591.7130.

SOURCE: RVDA press release

Print Friendly, PDF & Email


About Darian Armer

Darian Armer is the assistant editor for RV Daily Report. She lives in Billings, Montana, where she enjoys spending time with her husband and three stepchildren. Introduced to the RV industry in 2012, she is happy to be writing for one of the greatest industries around.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

RV Daily Report welcomes comments from readers. However, we expect that comments will be cordial and professional without reverting to name-calling, profanity and libelous language. Comments of that nature will be removed.