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Fixed-Term Employment

Published December 11, 2018 Author: Andrew Felix Rose

When an employee is employed for a specific period of time or until a task is complete. Fixed-term employment contracts typically have a fixed start and end date of employment, although the agreement does not have to automatically end after the contract expires.

Employees on a fixed-term arrangement are entitled to the same minimum rights as permanent employees. If an employee does not meet the criteria for a fixed-term employment, the agreement may not be valid and the employee could be deemed a permanent employee.

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