Claimant, Charles Wilson, was hired by the accounting firm of Levy, Randall and Stevens, to perform

Claimant, Charles Wilson, was hired by the accounting firm of Levy, Randall and Stevens, to perform bookkeeping services for the employer’s clients who the firm’s clients. Wilson signed a contract saying that he was working as an independent contractor. Wilson only worked on jobs assigned to him by the firm and was paid a commission for the work. The commission was based on fees paid by the clients to the firm. The level of fees were determined by the firm. Wilson was paid on a weekly basis. Wilson used the firm’s office space, equipment, and supplies. The firm reviewed Wilson’s work and returned faulty work to Wilson for corrections before delivering the work to clients.Research cases involving the independent contractor v. employee determination. Pick any two cases which are most similar to the fact pattern presented. Based upon those cases, post your answers to the following question: if Wilson were to file a claim for unemployment compensation after his termination from work at the firm, would he be found to by an employee and entitled to UC or would he be denied because he was found to be an independent contractor.

 

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