Will always be an opposing force to counter the inequality of bargaining power inherent and inherent in the employment relationship.  An employment contract is generally defined as the same as a “service contract”.  In the past, a service contract has been distinguished from a service contract, with the term changed to imply the dividing line between an “employee” and someone who is “self-employed.” The purpose of the dividing line is to assign rights to certain types of people who work for others. This could be the right to a minimum wage, vacation pay, sick leave, fair dismissal, a written contract statement, the right to organize in a union, etc. The assumption is that self-employed workers should be able to look after their own affairs and, therefore, the work they do for others should not imply an obligation to take care of these rights. . . .