Ebook Working as an independent contractor serves as a guide to help you set up and maintain your independent business and helps you find answers to questions such as how to generate and keep clients, the need for a business plan, how to work with budgets, and much more. Survival tips are included at the end. The author is an active independent consultant experienced with the hiring process from the perspective of a consultant and subcontractor as well as hiring contractors himself.
Embodied in the RREEF Real Estate Risk Management
discipline is a focus on ensuring a safe environment for
guests on our clients’ properties, as well as for the
community within which our clients’ properties are located.
today, the continuation of stringent guidelines for
environmental policy and risk management affords RREEF
Real Estate highly preferential rates for liability premiums.
RREEF Real Estate has a longstanding interest in the
well-being of our employees, vendors and contractors.
Work made for hire
Discussions with your client about independent contractor status
and about ownership and use of project deliverables are sometimes
complicated by confusion over the related concept of work-for-hire.
This phrase comes from U.S. copyright law. It refers to original work
made by an employee within the scope of his or her job, in which
copyright ownership automatically belongs to the employer. However, it
can also refer to original work made by an independent contractor or a
design ﬁ rm, in which copyright ownership might automatically belong to