Steps For Avoiding Unexpected Joint Employment Liability

Law360, New York (February 16, 2016, 9:35 PM EST) -- Companies continually conduct cost-benefit analyses to assess the relative merits for hiring employees as opposed to using independent contractors, third-party management services firms, and staffing agencies. The long-term expense and economic effects of maintaining a full-time workforce, including the added costs of health insurance, payroll taxes, social security, and overtime, force many employers to use contracting services to support their information technology, operational and administrative needs.

This has led to the loss of many domestic jobs and the outsourcing of much of the IT and other work they performed. Combined with the fact that these U.S. workers are being replaced by...

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