The Worker's Status: Employee or Independent Contractor
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Written for employment lawyers, in-house counsel and human resources professionals, The Worker's Status: Employee or Independent Contractor is the go-to volume for comprehensive commentary on the issue of determining when a worker is an employee and when he or she is an independent contractor – as well as the consequences of the determination. Readers of this book will benefit from its valuable content, including:
- The concise analysis of the law and how it has been interpreted and applied by the courts
- Useful practice information, such as tips on the appeal process, the informal procedure, calculation of insurable hours and costs
- Critical commentary identifying where the law is unclear or has not yet been determined
- Detailed coverage of specific relationships and industries, such as teachers, graduate students, family members, taxi drivers, hairdressers, expert workers, placement agencies and commission salespersons
- The examination of this subject from both the common law and civil law perspectives
The Worker's Status: Employee or Independent Contractor is a practical reference manual for employment law and tax law practitioners, especially:
- Employment lawyers who need to have a firm grasp of this area of the law in order to advise employer clients on how to structure their relationship with new hires
- In-house counsel and human resources professionals who must provide hiring advice within an organization and evaluate the status of workers
- Adjudicators from tribunals and courts who can rely on this text as a reference for relevant decisions surrounding the issues of employment status in both employment and tax disputes
- Law libraries that need to have the most up-to-date reference materials available for law students and lawyers
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Wiebe Door
Chapter 2: Control
Chapter 3: What's a Tool?
Chapter 4: Chance of Profit and Risk of Loss
Chapter 5: The Minister's Assumptions
Chapter 6: Intention
Chapter 7: Trusted Indicia
Chapter 8: Arm's Length
Chapter 9: Insurable Hours
Chapter 10: Integration
Chapter 11: Insurable and Pensionable Employment by Regulation
Chapter 12: Commission Salespersons
Chapter 13: Casual Employment
Chapter 14: Common Law and Civil Law
Chapter 15: Employees Profit Sharing Plans
Chapter 16: Illegal Contracts
Chapter 17: The Informal Procedure
Chapter 18: The Appeal Process
Chapter 19: Interveners
Chapter 20: Income Tax Returns
Chapter 21: Costs
Chapter 22: Important Law to Know
Chapter 23: The Charter
Chapter 24: Provincial Legislation
Chapter 25: EI/CPP Law in Need ofClarification
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