Some businesses can only operate during certain times of the year. During the summer months it is not abnormal to see an influx of employment opportunities. Many businesses tend to need more help during the summer months, as business picks up due to warmer weather. Seasonal employment has become very popular and common in the work field. Although, becoming a seasonal employer has its pros and cons. Before deciding to become a seasonal employer, determine the needs of your business and consider how seasonal employment would fit into your business plan.
The advantages to seasonal employees:
The disadvantages to seasonal employees:
All workers need to be classified properly for payroll and tax purposes. Small businesses could run into legal issues if an employee is incorrectly classified as a temporary/seasonal employee. If you are a business owner and you’re interested in new opportunities, Lardiere McNair has experience in helping our clients explore options that grow their business. If you’re thinking about starting your own business, many clients have trusted LM to help begin the process with them. You can trust Lardiere McNair with your business needs.
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