Seattle Pharmacy Relief, PLLC

FAQs

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A subcontractor is a self-employed individual working on behalf of a company. You are responsible for your own self-employment taxes and are legally self-employed, which can pose challenges in renting apartments, getting loans, and other situations. An employee is on a company's payroll, and is not self-employed; you're employed by Seattle Pharmacy Relief, PLLC. Some temporary agencies inappropriately categorize temporary workers as subcontractors, but SPR always categorizes staff appropriately - as employees.

What is the difference between a subcontractor and an employee and why does it matter?


A Pharmacist! Nearly all calls are answered almost immediately by a career Pharmacist with real, behind-the-counter experience, so he understands exactly what your pharmacy's needs are and what solutions are appropriate.

Who answers the phone when I call SPR?


Before temporary staff from SPR ever enters your pharmacy, our owner, a trained Pharmacist, performs a behind-the-counter visit to your pharmacy. He seeks to understand your procedures and systems, and creates a manual for any temporary staff that is sent to work at your pharmacy, so that they are educated and up-to-speed on your business before they even walk through the door.

I'm worried that temporary staff won't get my pharmacy and systems. How does SPR deal with that?


Contact Us

206-890-0150

supportteam@seattlepharmacyrelief.com

24 hours/day, 7 days/week

 

 

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