Owner operator vs employee

Feb 22, 2007 · An Owner operator is a person who owns the equipment and uses it. An Independent Contractor can lease or drive other peoples equipment. That is what I believe the difference is. CEO vs Owner. Everyone knows that a CEO is a title given to someone really ‘big.’ Although not physically big, CEOs are literally big in terms of rank and position. However, the public doesn’t know that much about the implications of becoming a CEO or what a CEO real

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Sep 23, 2020 · Read more about Owner-Operators U.S. Department of Labor Labor Laws Independent Contractors Employee vs. Independent Contractor Employee Misclassification Drivers 0 Comments Comment

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If the hotel's employees are employed by the owner, the owner should extract appropriate indemnities from the operator to guard against any liability to employees arising through mismanagement of the employer-employee relationship. Non-compete. The owner should limit the operator's ability to be involved in other hotels which will compete for ...