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    Switching Contractors To Employees: How to Navigate The Transition With Your Team

    March 6, 2024

    Clock’s ticking!! The DOL’s new ruling on independent contractor misclassification goes into effect in less!than!a!week! 

    What does this mean for you?? 

    Well, if you’re a business owner who nods your head “yes” after reading reading these two statements:

    1. You understands you’re not in compliance with how you’ve classified your team and are ready to switch from contractors to employees; and,
    2. You want to keep the same folks in the same roles, just with a new classification to get your business on the right side of the law.

    Then the time is NOW to sit down and talk to your team about proposed changes to their classification and to make sure everyone’s on the same page.

    But now you’re probably wondering how the heck to bring up this conversation with them, right? What do they need to know about the switch? How will this *actually* impact your relationship with them? What if a contractor refuses to make the switch?

    Let’s get into it! 

    Tune in for talking points and additional context you need in order to have confident and productive conversations about this time-sensitive topic. You don’t need to be scared of this conversation, but you do need to be prepared!

    Listen Now!

    Links Mentioned:

    Our Set To Scale Template Shop features employment offer letter templates to help you craft a well-thought out offer that brings clarity and structure to the switch from contractor to employee. Type “Offer Letter” into the search bar to find templates for several different employment scenarios, depending on your unique situation.

    Not sure if you need to make the switch from contractor to employee? Listen to our past episode “Does My Business Need An Employee Or Contractor” to learn more about the difference and things to consider!






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