No Employer-Employee Relationship Sample Clauses

No Employer-Employee Relationship. The Company and Consultant understand, acknowledge, and agree that Consultant’s relationship with the Company will be that of an “independent contractor” and not that of an employee. Consultant will be an “independent contractor” and Consultant will be entitled to work at such times and places as Consultant determines appropriate, will not be under the direction or control of the Company or the manner in which Consultant performs the Services. Consultant will not be entitled to any of the benefits which the Company may make available to its employees (which benefits may in the future include, but not be limited to, unemployment insurance benefits, group health or life insurance, profit-sharing or retirement benefits).
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No Employer-Employee Relationship. The TEXAS STATE students made subject of this agreement will perform their field practicum activities as part of their education in the School of Social Work in the College of Applied Arts at TEXAS STATE. Consequently, no compensation or payment of any kind is due such students by the Facility and there is no employer-employee relationship between the Facility and the student during the field practicum. Conversely, the Facility will not charge such students or TEXAS STATE any fee or other amount for the use of its facilities, equipment, library or supplies under this agreement.
No Employer-Employee Relationship. The Agency and its Representatives are independent contractors of BCBST. This Agreement shall not be construed to create an employer-employee or joint venture relationship among those parties.
No Employer-Employee Relationship. There shall be no employer-employee relationship between PAGCOR and the employees of the CONTRACTOR. The CONTRACTOR shall have the entire charge, control and supervision of the Services herein agreed upon. The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for all acts and omissions of its agents, personnel and all persons allowed by it to have access to PAGCOR’s premises for any damage, which may be caused to persons or property while remaining either casually or in business in any part of PAGCOR’s premises. Any accident, injury or sickness of any kind, or death that may occur to any employee of the CONTRACTOR during the time and consequent to the performance of the Services under this Service Contract shall likewise be the CONTRACTOR’s sole responsibility. The CONTRACTOR further binds itself to indemnify and hold PAGCOR free and harmless from any claim on account of the aforementioned injuries or damages or from any claim of its employees for any cause.
No Employer-Employee Relationship. Nothing in this Agreement is intended to, or shall be construed to, create an employer/employee relationship between the School and the Agency, or any of their officers, employees, agents, or representatives. The performance of obligations under this Agreement shall not entitle either party or its officers, employees, agents, and representatives to vacation, sick leave, retirement, or other benefits afforded the other party’s employees. Each party shall be responsible for payment of applicable income, social security, and any other federal, state, county or municipal taxes and fees of their respective employees.
No Employer-Employee Relationship. Nothing in the Subaward creates an employee-employer, joint-venture, or partnership relationship between SPGI and SUBRECIPIENT. SUBRECIPIENT has no authority to act as an agent of SPGI or for or on behalf of SPGI in any capacity whatsoever or to assume or create any obligation of any kind – express or implied – on behalf of SPGI.
No Employer-Employee Relationship. Section 1. The relationship of the PROCURING ENTITY to the CONTRACTOR is that of an independent contractor.
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No Employer-Employee Relationship. 22.1 The Supplier hereby declares that in the performance of its obligations under this Agreement it acts as an independent supplier.
No Employer-Employee Relationship. The Company and the Director understand, acknowledge, and agree that the Director's relationship with the Company will be that of an "independent contractor" and not that of an employee. The Director will be an "independent contractor" and the Director will be entitled to work at such times and places as the Director determines appropriate, will not be under the direction or control of the Company or the manner in which the Director performs the Services. The Director will not be entitled to any of the benefits which the Company may make available to its employees (which benefits may in the future include, but not be limited to, group health or life insurance, profit-sharing or retirement benefits).
No Employer-Employee Relationship. Both Parties including its agents and employees are not employees or agents of the other Party. Both Parties are independent contractors and shall be solely responsible for the manner and hours in which the services are performed, is solely responsible for all their respective taxes, withholdings and other statutory, regulatory, or contractual obligations of any sort (including, but not limited to, those relating to workers’ compensation, disability insurance, unemployment compensation coverage and income taxes), and is not entitled to participate in any employee benefit plans, fringe benefit programs, group insurance arrangements or similar programs of the other Party. Accordingly, neither Party and its employees and agents are employees of the other Party.
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