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Staffing the right cybersecurity or privacy expert for your organization is now a whole lot easier. Elite Security Network offers a variety of employment options for employers and individual experts. One of our core principles is using data and collaboration to build bridges between supply and demand. These bridges allow us to cross over the gaps that many organizations have in finding and retaining top talent for cybersecurity and data privacy. Similarly, we understand that different experts require different options to most effectively meet their personal needs and life situations. Companies and candidates on our network are offered a variety of employment options that create win-win scenarios for both parties.

Full-time Employment (FTE)

Full-time employment is employment in which a person works a minimum number of hours as defined by his or her employer. Full-time employment often comes with benefits that are not typically offered to part-time, temporary, or flexible workers, such as annual leave, sick leave, and health insurance.

Part-time Employment

A part-time contract is a form of employment that carries fewer hours per week than a full-time job. Part-time employees work in shifts that can be often rotational. Workers are considered to be part-time if they commonly work fewer than 30 hours per week.

Contract and Freelance Employment

Contract jobs are paid jobs where a company hires an independent contractor for a short period of time or a small project because it only needs someone temporarily. An independent contractor is also known as a freelancer. The hours worked can be part-time or full-time as determined by the employer. Contracts may be renewed at the end of the term or may progress toward a contract-to-hire situation if the employee performs well during their contract period.

Contract-to-hire Employment

Contract-to-Hire agreements outline a set length of time an independent contractor will work for the employer. At the end of that set period, the employer decides whether the contractor will be hired as a permanent employee.

Employee Types

W-2 Employee - If you are an employee of a company, you will receive a W-2 form. As a W-2 employee, payroll taxes are automatically deducted from your paycheck and then paid to the government through your employer
1099 Independent Contractor - If you are an independent contractor, you get a 1099 form. Under this type of employment arrangement, you are responsible for calculating your own payroll taxes and then submitting the sum to the government on a quarterly basis.