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This is Brandy from ECI, and today's question is what is the difference between an employee and a subcontractor. An employee is someone who works exclusively for you; they're on your payroll, they can drive your company car, they can wear your uniform. A subcontractor is somebody that you hire to do a specific job, they can usually work for anybody, and they should always have their own insurance. Keep in mind that whenever you do hire a subcontractor that you keep their proof of insurance on file. If you have any questions please give her a call at the office (405) 373-2977.

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