The Pros and Cons of Hiring Independent Contractors in an Era of Regulatory Change

Katharine Dunn, Corporate Counsel, Rising Medical Solutions, LLC, USA

In today’s work-life balance driven culture, modern companies know that attracting great talent means embracing a variety of work styles and employment relationships. Along with that understanding is the knowledge that a traditional employee relationship is not always the best fit for a company’s needs from either a cost or workforce management perspective. Often, we just want a seasoned expert with specialized expertise to pop in, work on a project as efficiently as possible, and then move on without any need for specialized training. This is where independent contractors fit the bill.

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USA Employment Healthcare December 2017 Vol.11, No. 41, Autumn 2017

Katharine Dunn

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Katharine Dunn is an experienced Corporate Counsel with five years of in-house experience and eight years of litigation experience prior to that. She serves as sole legal counsel for Rising Medical Solutions and is a member of the senior management leadership team. She graduated from law school at the Loyola University Chicago and obtained her undergrad degree at Boston College.

Rising Medical Solutions, LLC

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Rising Medical Solutions specializes in medical bill review and medical cost containment for workers' compensation, auto, liability and group health payers.

USA Employment Healthcare December 2017 Vol.11, No. 41, Autumn 2017