How to smoothly end an independent contractor relationship

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Sometimes partnerships or contractor agreements must end due to issues with the quality of the work, a change in your business needs or a reduced budget for outsourced services. Oftentimes, these contracts are with freelancers who have been around for years. Maybe they’ve even been invited to your company’s holiday party. How can you successfully separate from these individuals while causing the least amount of turmoil?

This article will support you through the process of ending your working relationship with a longstanding independent contractor, helping you:

Communicate and address any performance issuesUnderstand the legal risks of ending a freelance

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