When outsourcing your work you normally save two and a half times than hiring a full time employee.  You are exempted from paying taxes when your hire an independent contractor.  The table below shows the various benefits.

Hiring an Employee… What Does it Cost You?

  • When you hire a full time employee you will be responsible for the following:
  • If you face the unpleasant experience of having to fire an employee, make sure you have solid ground or you may face a lawsuit.
  • You must pay employer social taxes
  • If you hire someone and lay them off, your unemployment rates my increase for years to come.
  • You have legal responsibilities that include employee policies on working hours, sexual harassment, vacation time, sick timeLeave of absence, holidays, benefits, performance reviews, grievances, terminations, substance abuse and training.
  • You may have to pay for other employee benefits such as 401K, retirement plans, etc.
  • You may have to pay vacation time, sick time and holiday time.
  • You may have to pay vacation time, sick time and holiday time.
  • You may have to pay medical benefits, dental benefits, and vision care benefits.
  • You must comply with Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA)
  •  You must comply with Federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FFLSA) including minimum wage and overtime payment
  • You must comply with OSHA
  • You must pay federal and state unemployment taxes
  • You must pay worker’s compensation insurance
  • You must collect and pay FICA taxes

Outsourcing Your Services…. What Do You Gain?

  • You pay by project or by an agreeable package
  • Your Business Manager is a sounding board, if you need one.
  • Helps you stay on track and on schedule
  • Handles your seasonal or periodic projects
  • Convenient when your current staff gets overloaded
  • No time wasted on breaks or personal issues
  • No extra space is required.  No extra rent and/or loss of privacy
  • No Overhead Expenses to pay
  • Save, Save, Save

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