Consulting for Intertech: Comparing Contractor, Hourly, & Full-Time Staff

Contractor, Hourly, or Full-Time

  1. Independent contractor — These are consultants who have their own small business or sole proprietorship. We pay them on a per-contract basis for the time they work.
  2. Hourly employee — These consultants are employees of Intertech, but they may not necessarily work a full 40 hours per week, or if they work over 40 hours they’re paid overtime. We pay them a regular paycheck, but the number of hours worked may change over time.
  3. Full-time employee — These consultants work for Intertech 40 hours/week, every week. They receive a salary, benefits, and vacation days like other salaried employees.

Pay & Tax Structure

Insurance & Retirement

Flexibility

Making the Right Choice for You

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Intertech, Inc.

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A leading software development consulting firm with a unique blend of consulting, training, and mentoring.

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