Under the Safe Spaces Act, an employee refers to a person, who in exchange for remuneration, agrees to perform specified services for another person, whether natural or juridical, and whether private or public, who exercises fundamental control over the work, regardless of the term or duration of agreement: For purposes of the Safe Spaces Act, a person who is detailed to an entity under a subcontracting or secondment agreement shall be considered an employee. (Sec. 3(b), R.A. No. 11313)

Under the Social Security Act of 2018, an employee is any person who performs services for an employer in which either or both mental or physical efforts are used and who receives compensation for such services, where there is an employer-employee relationship. A self-employed person shall be both employee and employer at the same time. (Sec. 3(d), R.A. No. 11199)

Under the Anti-Age Discrimination in Employment Act, an employee is any person who performs professional, managerial or administrative work and is paid salaries by the employer as compensation for services rendered. (Sec. 3(a), R.A. No. 10911)