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Business and HR Advice for Contractors

Many small business owners don't have the means to hire an in-house human resources expert or operations personnel to manage the business. The owners are usually the person in charge of running every aspect of the business — including maintaining HR compliance for contractors. However, you need to carefully monitor and manage these aspects to ensure you stay compliant, especially as your business grows.

These tasks can easily become overwhelming when employees are working on different job sites or you have to determine the difference between an independent contractor and an employee. This is significant because if an independent contractor gets misclassified, then they cannot receive the benefits and protections that they are entitled to by law, such as retirement options and health insurance. These laws can sometimes be difficult to interpret and can vary based on what state your business and employees are located in.

Additionally, these employment regulations and labor laws can change every year. By not understanding the laws, keeping up with the frequent changes, or misclassifying the status of an employee or independent contractor working for you, your business could face legal action and significant fines.

Remain Compliant With Business Consumer Alliance

At BCA, we have been helping businesses thrive and remain compliant for over 25 years. As a BCA member, you'll have access to our industry experts who have decades of business and HR experience under their belt. The best part — this is entirely FREE and included with your membership.

Whether you need help determining if the individual you hired needs a 1099 or W-2 or you want to make sure your hiring contract is accurate and covers all important elements, our team of industry experts are available to help.

We can also assist with creating an employee handbook for new hires. Your handbook should cover information about your organization's history, values, and mission. Most importantly, it should clearly communicate your organizations' contractual disclaimer and at-will employment statement, standards of conduct, payment schedule, resignation and termination policies, and non-disclosure agreement. Whether you have contractors or employees working for you, they need to be aware of these kinds of policies and procedures.

Regardless of what you need help with, our industry experts' business and HR guidance will ensure you follow all requirements and stay up-to-date with important law changes, so your handbook and business remain in labor law compliance for contractors.

Additional Membership Advantages

In addition to receiving business and HR advice, you'll have access to all of the other member benefits too. Become a member now for as little as $1 a day, and your business will also receive the following benefits:
  • Collect on unpaid invoices: Our courtesy letters are our first step in helping you get the attention of a customer who is not paying. This serves as a reminder and helps encourage your customers to pay so that you can collect your unpaid invoices.
  • Arbitration: If you ever need to settle a controversy or collect money from a customer that is not paying, our arbitration program will resolve the dispute without involving lawyers and the court system. This also means you can save on legal fees and court costs.
  • Free legal advice: If you have any legal questions, you can receive advice and answers from an attorney as part of your membership benefits.
  • Customer feedback program: Customers can leave online reviews that will assist with boosting your reputation.
  • Advertising opportunities: We offer all members advertising opportunities through our Sponsored Listing Program, which is designed to help you reach new customers by helping you achieve greater visibility.

Benefits of Our Services

Many of our members use our services for:
  • General business best practices.
  • HR assessment and answers relating to California employment practices.
  • Guidance on California labor laws that may impact their business.
  • Assistance with collecting unpaid invoices.
  • Contract reviews and assessments.


Tomoko Kawamoto, Owner
Tamago Skin Care
I was really impressed with the advice and service offered by Business Consumer Alliance. No other organization would have assisted me at the level BCA did. They followed up with me for weeks to make sure all of my questions were answered and helped me with making informed business decisions. They care about what happens to your business and how to protect your company. I am grateful that I'm a member of this organization.

Become a BCA Member Today

Many of our members use our services for: Regardless of the type of business you have, you will receive personal attention and exemplary customer service when you work with BCA. Just because your business may not have the means to hire a traditional in-house human resources expert or operations personnel, does not mean that you cannot access business best practices and information regarding HR requirements for independent contractors.

At BCA, our team of experts will stay by your side, providing you with the knowledge you need to remain compliant while you manage your business.

To join our membership program, fill out our form below. One of our team members will contact you shortly.

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