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« on: March 17, 2008, 07:59:07 PM »

Here's a terrific summary of the court decisions affecting employment status determination in California: You must login to view links.
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Employment Status Determination


It contains brief sections defining these seven topics:

(1) Who is an employer?
(2) General and special employers
(3) Who is an employee?
(4) Persons deemed to be employees
(5) Who is not an employee?
(6) Independent contractors
(7) Construction workers

The article concludes by saying:

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In light of the statutory presumption that any person rendering service for another is presumed to be an employee (§3357), the burden on the party seeking to avoid liability to prove independent contractor status, and the strong public policy that the question of entitlement to workers’ compensation benefits should be liberally construed so as to extend benefits (§3302), in most cases an employment relationship will be found to exist.

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