Google employs about 102,000 full-time employees worldwide compared with its 121,000 contractors. In the case of Dynamex v the Californian Supreme Court, the court in its decision laid out a three-point ABC test determining whether a contractor really is an employee.In this test, to be legally classified as a contractor, a worker must be outside the employer’s control,perform work that is outside of the employer’s usual business and have a business or profession where that worker performs similar tasks for other clients.For the worker to legally be defined as a contractor, all three must be true–and the burden of proof rests with the company (hirer).For the full article, please click here