From Entrepreneur.com —
From marketing to graphic design, entrepreneurs rely heavily on freelancers to fill many of their business needs.
Currently 1 in 3 Americans who are working (roughly 42 million) are estimated to be freelancers and within the next six years freelancers are expected to comprise more than half the full-time workforce. With entrepreneurs relying more and more on freelancers, it is imperative to know the key legal precautions to take before taking a freelancer on board:
Get the agreement in writing; project are works made for hire; and be careful with how the freelancer is paid
Read the full story at 3 Legal Precautions in Hiring Freelancers
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