When companies want to expand internationally, they’ll often hire independent contractors, which is potentially problematic.
First, if the local government catches on, the company could be responsible for back taxes and other penalties and fines. We enumerate on these.
Second, hiring contractors limits the talent pool, because workers are typically full time. They could also tip off authorities as to their contractor classification.
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