“...but this one part does require a low-moral decision by the employer.”
Please explain that statement, especially as to why it is a “low-moral” decision.
Please explain that statement, especially as to why it is a low-moral decision.
It's one thing to hire many part-time people in order to comply with regulations, so you rotate many people through employment. It's another thing entirely, at least to me, to bring the same person back in under another payroll in order to avoid the tax. If that person is that good an employee and you are willing to play that game, as an employer you are not a good person.
Maybe if I used the expression "low-rent" instead of "low morals" it would have been easier to understand my intent?