An entire business activity may or may not be full-time. Salespeople do not have to
spend 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, in their sole business activity to meet the full-time
requirement. They may work regularly a few hours a day and qualify as full-time insurance
salespeople if their employment contract intends that they engage in full-time work.
Many salespeople work for one company only, but spend an hour or two a day, or a day
or two a week making occasional sales. Generally, in such situations, even though
the services are the salesperson's only work effort, they are not substantial enough
to be an “entire business activity.” The salesperson whose efforts are so irregular,
intermittent, or sporadic that he or she is not engaging in any business activity
is not a statutory employee.