Unemployment Insurance - Worker Classification

Part 1: Control or Direction - General Private Employers

Factor Three - Personally Perform Services

Whether the individual is required to personally perform the services.

Explanation of Factor Three

An employing unit satisfies this factor by showing that such restrictions are generally not placed on the worker. The worker is not expected personally to do the work assigned by the employing unit, but instead is permitted by the employing unit to hire another person to perform some or all of the work or subcontract his or her work to another person.

Case Studies

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

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