Under common-law rules, anyone who performs services for you is your employee if you can control what will be done and how it will be done. This is so even when you give the employee freedom of action. What matters is that you have the right to control the details of how the services are performed.
Anyone who performs services for an employer who controls what will be done and how it will be done.
Describes a foreign person seeking U.S. immigration privileges through a job offer from a U.S. company who is therefore eligible for a green card in the preference categories and several nonimmigrant visas.
For purposes of the National Insider Threat Policy, “employee” has the meaning provided in section 1.1(e) of EO 12968; specifically: a person, other than the President and Vice President, employed by, detailed or assigned to, a department or agency, including members of the Armed Forces; an expert or consultant to a department or agency; an industrial or commercial contractor, licensee, certificate holder, or grantee of a department or agency, including all subcontractors; a personal services contractor; or any other category of person who acts for or on behalf of a department or agency as determined by the appropriate department or agency head.
An individual who is hired to work for a person, an organization, or a company in return for compensation and who is subject to the will and control of the employer regarding what work is done and how and when to do it.
Every person, including aliens and minors, in the service of another under any contract of hire or apprenticeship, written or implied, where lawfully or unlawfully employed.
Any person who performs any service on licensed premises on a full-time, part-time or contract basis with the consent of the licensee. This does not include a person exclusively on the premises for musical or vocal performances, for repair or maintenance or for the DELIVERY of goods to the licensee.
In the state's central payroll system, an Employee is any individual who provides service for compensation who is hired, elected or appointed to a position within state government. An employee and an FTE (full-time equivalent) are not the same thing. An employee is a person, while an FTE is equivalent to a certain number of hours worked or authorized to be worked.
An individual appointed or elected to a position in or under the executive, legislative, or judicial branch of the United States Government, as defined at 5 U.S.C. 8901. This includes Government-owned or controlled corporations, the District of Columbia government (for certain eligible employees), and Gallaudet College.