Does refusing to acknowledge Maria as a worker a breach EU law?

Asked on 19.12.2018 in All Questions.
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The necessary components to be a worker are outlined in Blum. The individual must provide a service, while under the employ of another individual, for which they must receive a monetary reward. Maria fulfills these necessities in being a teacher. The duration or value of money they make doesn’t determine if they’re a worker unless the hours are ‘marginal and ancillary’. Maria is a worker as her hours are steady and regular and her work...
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