Unemployment Insurance - Worker Classification

Part 2: Six of Nine Conditions - General Private Employers

Condition Three - Multiple Contracts (Case Studies)

The individual operates under multiple contracts with one or more employing units to perform specific services.

Note: This condition incorporates the first part of condition 4 of the old law, requiring "multiple contracts." Cases under the new law are listed first, followed by cases under the old law that address the "multiple contracts" element of the condition.

Case Studies Relevant to Condition Three

LIRC decisions

Multiple contracts:

No multiple contracts:

LIRC cases regarding "multiple contracts" under condition 4 of the old law:

Multiple contracts:

No multiple contracts:

Further Reading and Research

Read and research further LIRC, circuit court and court of appeals cases on Condition Three:

  • EE 450.02c - Employee - s. 108.02(12)(bm)2.c. - multiple contracts.

Relevant cases under the old law:

  • EE 410.04a - contracts for specific services for specific amounts

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