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subcontractor

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subcontractor

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subcontractor

One who performs services under the supervision of a general contractor. Also called a “sub.”

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Changes Ahead: Bonus systems reward subcontractors participating in a project's workers' comp wrap-up program for better-than-expected claim experience.
CPA firms and their subcontractors also must comply with applicable privacy laws, such as the FTC Safeguards Rule, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (the HITECH Act), and state security breach notification laws.
Impact of the 'Security of Payment' Act in New South Wales on clients, contractors and subcontractors.
The main contractor has no choice but to terminate the contract or reduce the scope of work of the subcontractor, or support the appointed sub by providing supplemental staffing, assisting with payroll and directly procuring equipment and materials.
Did the subcontractor require the employee to undergo a pre-placement physical and questionnaire ?
The reality is that most subcontractors are focused on helping you-and your clients--succeed.
The STA provides services to help subcontractors do business more intelligently.
Some expect civil litigation between subcontractors and Lowe's to go away in exchange for the home improvement chain releasing the remaining construction funds to the court.
The surveyed firms 'usually' use subcontractors in foreign projects, as shown in Table 2, and 25% of them 'always' employ subcontractors.
The developer of the $53 million housing, retail and office project has been trying to sort out who is owed what and to reach resolutions with subcontractors, said Scott Diehl, Arlie's chief operating officer.
pleaded guilty in August to felony charges of taking more than $100,000 from subcontractors in exchange for awarding them work on the $550 million Park La Brea apartment project, prosecutors said.
Therefore, it was apparent that this program would need to use multiple subcontractors to have the ability and the capacity to build all of the systems in sufficient numbers.