Contractor

Business / Construction / Contractor: A company licensed to perform certain types of construction activities. In most states, the generals contractor's license and some specialty contractor's licenses don't require of compliance with bonding, workmen's compensation and similar regulations. Some of the specialty contractor licenses involve extensive training, testing and/or insurance requirements. There are various types of contractors: General contractor - responsible for the execution, supervision and overall coordination of a project and may also perform some of the individual construction tasks. Most general contractors are not licensed to perform all specialty trades and must hire specialty contractors for such tasks, e.g. electrical, plumbing. Remodeling contractor - a general contractor who specializes in remodeling work. Specialty contractor - licensed to perform a specialty task e.g. electrical, side sewer, asbestos abatement. Sub contractor - a general or specialty contractor who works for another general contractor.

Independent Contractor

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Independent Contractor: A self-employed individual who performs a service for an employer under an express or implied agreement and who is not subject to the employer's control, or right to control, regarding the method and MORE

General Contractor

Business / Construction / General Contractor : A contractor who enters into a contract with the owner of a project for the construction of the project and who takes full responsibility for its completion, although the contractor may enter into sub MORE

Blended Workforce

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Blended Workforce: A workforce is comprised of permanent full-time, part-time, temporary employees and independent contractors. MORE

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