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> >1) The company you work for sets you salary or gives you bonuses. (MS must
> >have been giving them bonuses) I can remember EDS at my last job tip-toeing
> >around this point.
> >2) I don't remember
> >3) I don't remember
> >Well, I know there were three, but my mind is failing me, it's been a while,
> >I'll have to look for an article on this later.
> >That's what it was though...
> I recall that there are more than three criteria, at least from
> a federal tax perspective, and if memory serves me correctly,
> something like eleven. Individual states should be in
> "harmony", but may codify additions.
> It boils down to the definition of "statutory employee", which
> the the federal government is again reviewing. This is a bit
> of a research project on its own.
Hmmm... I don't entirely doubt that there are more than three. I know that they
only needed three to convince the judge that they were as you said "statutory"
employees. It is quite a complex endeavor. But this is definitely the new subject
for labor in the future. Hopefully this type of employeement system doesn't become
commnon. It reminds me of the "sweaters" in the 20's (not that I was around, just
the same situation) Sweaters were basically the contractors of today.
Delphi Programmer & Western Michigan Student (CS)
Kalamazoo MI USA
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