Even if no instructions are given, the control factor is present if the employer has the right to control how the work results are achieved. 2. ... Independent contractors ordinarily use their own methods and receive no training from the purchasers of their services. 3. ... An independent contractor is generally free to provide his or her services to two or more unrelated persons or firms at the same time. 18.
|Title||:||The Complete Guide to Contract Lawyering|
|Author||:||Deborah L. Arron, Deborah Guyol|
|Publisher||:||Lawyer Avenue Press - 1999|