*As a self-employed independent contractor or business owner, you aren’t an employee, agent or representative of Liveops. Rather, you are self-employed – meaning you work for yourself, or your business. If you choose to contract with Liveops to provide virtual contact center services, you’ll join a network of other self-employed individuals or business owners, and have access to a variety of client programs and opportunities.
As a self-employed independent contractor, you are in control of how much time you devote to your business, how you operate your business and the amount of profit or loss you derive. Since you are self-employed, you should not represent to anyone that you are an employee of Liveops or any of Liveops’ clients. This includes listing Liveops as your “employer” on loan applications, government forms, or requests for employee-type benefits.