where does MOO fit in?
"In employment law, it (MOO) refers to the obligation of the employer to provide work and the employee to accept it. A contract obliges the employer to pay and the employee to do the work."
Hmmm, I'm not sure this is very well defined. Even if I am a contractor rather than an employee, I still have a contract that requires me to do some specified work as requested by the client, and for the client to pay for that work. As far as I always understood it, the main differentiators are scope (do I only have 1 client or multiple clients) and assignability of work ie the contract is between the client company and my company, not with me personally, and my company can assign any other person to the task, not necessarily myself.
So where does MOO fit in?