Terri has an annual contract with Jackson Mortgage Brokers to provide property maintenance services; this includes lawn care, snow removal and parking lot maintenance. Terri spends, on average, 20 hours per week working at the company’s premises and is paid a flat amount monthly. She hires part-time workers, when necessary, to assist her. Terri does not have any other clients.
Terri uses her own small tools; however the company supplies and maintains a riding lawn mower and a snow plow for her use. Her contact at the company is Glenn Simpson, the Facilities Manager, who meets with her every Monday to discuss the work to be done that week. Glenn approves Terri’s monthly invoices and submits them to Accounts Payable.
Does Terri have a contract of service or a contract for service with Jackson Mortgage Brokers? As the company’s Payroll Supervisor, explain to Glenn the process and factors you used to make your decision.
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