Yes and No. One single factor can determine if someone is an EMP vs. IC.
The problem is the rules change based on who is sitting across the table from you when they are reviewing the case.
Unless you are in a courtroom, legal…"
"WC laws are by state. Rules vary widely state to state so check out your state law. Classification for IC must meet state and federal rules. Remember the difference of IC and employee is complex. It must meet several criteria and some weigh heavier…"
"yes. The hotels SHOULD be requiring ICs to provide all equipment and supplies. There is a legal way for the hotel to provide those things -- starwood has figured it out -- but very few know the law or are bothered to make sure they are…"
"Thats company policy... When I worked in the high end hotels in Hawaii....They paid the therapist 60% and took 40% for themselves.. they furnished all the linens sheets, laundry, tables everything except oil...."
"Not sure of the question. What law is that? Or do you mean they shouldn't be requiring it? Using your own supplies is not a major determining factor. Much more at issue is does the contractor have multiple sources of income, do they have…"