A W-2 contractor is engaged for a specific project with start and end dates. They're often employed by a payrolling or staffing company and typically do not have access to colleague benefit packages. On the other hand, a W-2 employee is hired by a client as a full- or part-time colleague and has access to benefit packages.Back to FAQs
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