(2) which party invests in the work facilities used by the worker;
(3) the opportunity of the individual for profit or loss; a salary-like nature of pay and lack of entrepreneurial risk or opportunity would indicate employment;
(4) whether the principal can discharge the individual; employers typically have the right to terminate employees at will; lack of evidence of any limitation on this right indicates employment;
(5) whether the work is part of the principal’s regular business;
(6) the permanency of the relationship; and
(7) the relationship the parties believed they were creating.