Francesco

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Name: Francesco Pagano
Date registered: August 22, 2011

Latest posts

  1. Giving Independent Contractors a Voice — June 4, 2013
  2. One Solution to the IC/W2 Dilemma — May 8, 2013
  3. Businesses That Hire Independent Contractors Find It Can Bring Intense Regulatory Scrutiny — March 11, 2013
  4. It’s Not a Crime to Use Independent Contractors! — June 27, 2012

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  1. It’s Not a Crime to Use Independent Contractors! — 4 comments

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Jun
04

Giving Independent Contractors a Voice

Independent contractors are the quiet engine of our economy, providing nearly all of the net growth in U.S. employment over the last 30 years. Yet the economic survival of the 10.3 million people who choose to be their own bosses and grow their own businesses are being jeopardized by overwhelming… read more »

May
08

One Solution to the IC/W2 Dilemma

By Giovanni Donatelli As the language industry continues to mature, we will see more legislation and regulation aimed directly at it.  It’s inevitable.  And that‘s a good thing.  It’s good for clients using our services because they will get a better bang for their buck, and it’s good for us… read more »

Mar
11

Businesses That Hire Independent Contractors Find It Can Bring Intense Regulatory Scrutiny

It used to be that businesses could hire workers and classify them as independent contractors without giving it much thought. Businesses presumed, for example, that if a worker called herself self-employed, provided some of the tools for the job, worked under an independent contractor agreement, and worked somewhat independently, then… read more »

Jun
27

It’s Not a Crime to Use Independent Contractors!

In recent years the interpreting industry has been criticized, and in some instances, accused of committing federal crimes for using independent contractors as interpreters. Something is seriously wrong with this way of thinking. Using contractors is often a better way to recruit the right professional for the job. Every interpretation… read more »