Independent contractors, or contractors for hire, are people who have earned a certain level of income for a certain amount of time, usually working as an independent contractor for a small business.
For example, a truck driver is an independent contractors, meaning he or she works for a company that is licensed by the California Department of Motor Vehicles.
For-profit contractors are usually hired by a larger, for-profits to handle tasks that the company would otherwise have to pay for.
They typically have to have a certain number of hours per week in order to receive a commission.
For the first four months of employment, they have to work for free.
For more on independent contractors: For more about independent contractors in California, visit our state-by-state guide to for-hire companies.
Independent contractors in the U.S. are considered employees.
This means that they must be paid a certain wage or a certain percentage of their hourly wage.
This can vary depending on the job, but generally, independent contractors must be compensated on a weekly or monthly basis.
Independent contractor wages and hours vary depending upon whether the contractor is an hourly worker or a salaried employee.
For an example of an hourly independent contractor, please see our article, What is an Independent Contractor?
For more information on how to become an independent consultant, please visit our guide to independent consulting.
For More Information on Independent Contractors in California visit our website, CaliforniaForums.com.