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As an independent contractor, even though her title is Executive Director and we are contracted with the Board of Directors, the Executive Director feels that she has the right to dictate to us what hours we can and cannot work, where work is to be performed, what and how work is accomplished, sign-in and out for breaks and lunches (even through they are not taken) and our contract states that we are to turn in an "invoice" but we are required to write times on a calendar in the hall and turn in a timesheet printed on our computer....the employee is not required to sign-in and out (or turn in a time sheet) where anyone can see except the Executive Director (her mother), and requiring that independent contractors train the employee and provide equipment for her to work on. Are there any laws governing independent contractors vs. independent contractors vs. employees? Thank you for your help and comments.

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