nonemployee

nonemployee

(ˌnɒnɛmˈplɔɪiː; ˌnɒnˌɛmplɔɪˈiː)
n
a person who is not an employee of a particular organization
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Stecher said he plans to remain as a director and nonemployee chairman of the board.
However, Stecher will remain as a director and nonemployee chairman of the board.
Neuralstem recently disclosed voluntary salary reductions of senior management as well as a reduction in nonemployee board member compensation from $200,000 per annum to $100,000 per annum, payable in options, restricted stock or restricted stock units.
In its brief in Haver, the IADC urged the California Supreme Court to reject recognition of a duty extending from employers to nonemployee plaintiff in take-home exposure asbestos cases such as these based on two additional policy concerns beyond those briefed by the parties: the intersection between the state's already burgeoning asbestos docket and the state court budget crisis, which together could significantly limit access to justice.
To be eligible, a company can't be the target of an IRS or Department of Labor audit, must have filed 1099s for the worker, and must consistently have treated the worker as a nonemployee.
Digger driver, Jonathan Gold, 48, of Coleshill, later pleaded guilty at Birmingham Crown Court to failing to ensure the safety of a nonemployee.
If the nonemployee spouse is expected to be in a lower marginal tax bracket than the employee spouse, then transferring vested stock options is an attractive tax strategy because it reduces the parties' aggregate tax liabilities.
GE's governance principles, in the sharpest possible contrast, require that: a majority of directors be "independent"; committees circulate notes of their meetings to the full board as soon as they're available; nonemployee directors have, each year, at least three regularly scheduled meetings and make two regularly scheduled visits to GE businesses without management present; and the board establishes its own agenda.
The VCSP is optional and provides taxpayers with an opportunity to reclassify workers as employees for future tax periods with limited federal unemployment tax liability for the past nonemployee treatment.
80% of employers expect the size of their nonemployee workforce (defined as consultants, independent contractors, temporary employees, and project teams) to stay the same or increase within the next year, even as the economy regains its footing.
Upon the close of the transaction, Arrow founder and CEO Tony Tabatznik is expected to join Watson's board as a nonemployee director.
In sexual harassment cases, an employer may be held liable in three circumstances: 1) harassment by a supervisor; 2) harassment by a co-worker; and 3) harassment by a nonemployee.