Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of nonemployee.

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Examples

  • To be eligible, a company must have consistently treated the workers as nonemployees; have filed required 1099 tax forms for the past three years; and not be under a worker classification audit by federal or state agencies.

    IRS Gives Employers a Break on Payrolls

  • On Thursday, a lone FBI agent stood in the driveway of Solyndra's stylish new main building, keeping nonemployees from entering.

    FBI Raids Solar-Panel Maker

  • To increase the quantity of ideas, Cisco soon opened the platform to nonemployees and announced the $250,000 I-Prize.

    The Power of Co-Creation

  • To increase the quantity of ideas, Cisco soon opened the platform to nonemployees and announced the $250,000 I-Prize.

    The Power of Co-Creation

  • To increase the quantity of ideas, Cisco soon opened the platform to nonemployees and announced the $250,000 I-Prize.

    The Power of Co-Creation

  • Instead, we are told to use traditional legal concepts involving control of the worker in order to distinguish employees from nonemployees.

    One in Three Businesses at Risk in Independent Contractor Crackdown

  • General Motors Corp., hoping to boost demand amid a drastic downturn in the U.S. auto industry, will offer employee discounts to nonemployees on a limited basis.

    GM to Broaden Employee Discounts

  • In fact, if nonemployees with some business relationship with a company were enough to establish physical presence, then Quill would essentially be meaningless.

    Return of the Web Tax

  • NSOs are more common and may be awarded to nonemployees, but they bear an immediate income tax liability on any price break upon exercise.

    Splitting Stock Options In A Divorce

  • Issue to all employees and all managers Confidential Disclosure Agreements that cover the following areas and instruct them to use the documents in dealing with nonemployees:

    HIGH TECH START UP

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