When the status of the employment is in dispute, the employer bears the burden to prove that the workers are independent contractors rather than regular employees.
Can an employer’s service contract with another company be proof of an employee’s project employment status?
Note the principal test to determine whether a person is a project employee.
Were the camera operators in this case considered as employees of the broadcasting company?
Did the employer’s claim of probationary employment succeed?
The Supreme Court re-emphasized an aspect of its ruling in Brent School, Inc. v. Zamora (G.R. No. L-48494, February 5, 1990, 260 PHIL 747-765).
OH, Inc. claims that Mr. L was not its regular employee. Did the Supreme Court sustain said claim?