TN 6 (04-10)
RS 02101.040 Continuing Work Relationship
A. Employee status
A worker who has a continuing relationship with the person for whom he or she works is more likely to be an employee than one who engages in a single job or for sporadic or infrequent jobs. A continuing work relationship may be assumed if the work is performed:
frequently and recurring at irregular intervals;
on call of the employer; or
whenever the work is available.
If the arrangement contemplates continuing or recurring work, the relationship is considered permanent even if the services are performed:
A continuing relationship between the worker and the employer indicates that an employer-employee relationship exists.
Social Security Handbook, Chapter 809: Is your work relationship continuing?