What does it mean to be an employee vs. an independent contractor?
As a Project Director you are ready to bring on additonal support - you've figured out the pay, the contract and the official start date, the remaining piece is how you classify them. Are they classified as an employee or an indpendent contractor?
The nuance of defining a new staff can be confusing and at time frustrating, it's critical that business owners correctly determine whether the individuals providing services are employees or independent contractors.
We are teaming up with faciliator, Elizabeth Thompson to help demystify the classification of employee or indpendent contractor.
There will be two workshops (a lunchtime and evening session) both free, but space is limited so please RSVP that way we can send zoom links to guests.
About Elizabeth Thompson (She/Her)
Is an arts and culture leader and process investigator. She likes unpacking nonlinear gray ideas and rethinking them into workable action plans that make space for deeper learning and awareness. Her background is with grassroots and small nonprofit organizations focusing on HR policies, work environment and culture, operations and program and project management, among others. She currently leads professional leadership development programs at the Arts + Business Council and is a HR consultant for Clementine Montessori School. She serves on the board of the Arts Administrators of Color Network and is a founding member of the Arts & Culture Jawn, a burgeoning BIPOC arts administrators group in Philadelphia.
About CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia
CultureWorks is a management commons for arts, heritage, and creative communities — a platform of space, human capital, and services to help artists not only survive, but flourish. With more than 200 members, including 100+ fiscally sponsored projects, they provide equitable access to management resources for both individuals and organizations, the makers and preservers of culture.
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