Unemployment Insurance - Worker Classification

Part 2: Six of Nine Conditions - General Private Employers

Condition One - Held Out as a Business

The individual advertises or otherwise affirmatively holds himself or herself out as being in business.

Explanation of Condition One

The worker must make the public aware that he or she is engaged in a business endeavor. This can be accomplished by some form of advertising, such as using business cards, posting notices regarding the services, or having an actual place of business.

Case Studies

Cases studies relevant to condition one based upon cases decided by the Labor and Industrial Review Commission (LIRC), Wisconsin Circuit Courts, and Wisconsin Appellate Courts


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