Ken Reinig's First Part in New Article Series On Differences Of Health Club Employees & Contractors

Ken Reinig, speaker and health club insurance expert, evaluates the risks involved in hiring independent contractors.
Ken Reinig
Ken Reinig
WINTER PARK, Fla. - July 3, 2014 - PRLog -- Ken Reinig, well-known risk management specialist, published the first in a two-part series on the importance of understanding the differences between an independent contractor and a health club employee. The article, titled “Your Best Business Model Part I: Understanding the Relationship of an Independent Contractor to Your Business” outlines the criteria that the courts look at when determining the independent contractor status of personal trainers.

Reinig says, “Often when club owners decide to get into the personal training business,  they try to do it as inexpensively as possible. Taking the simple method of making trainers ‘independent contractors’ is where things can get tricky and even end up destroying the club. ”

Ken Reinig specializes in helping people in the health club industry by providing the appropriate insurance solutions. He is passionate about sharing the risk management tools, education, and protocols that help reduce or eliminate the exposures that can result in liability or property losses.

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About Ken Reinig:

The fitness industry’s leading risk management specialist, Ken is the past president and founder of Association Insurance Group and has been insuring health clubs, instructors, and personal trainers for over 20 years.

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