Author: Rolf Howard

Successive Short-Term contracts; Are They Considered Continuous Employment?

Unlike traditional employment, successive short-term contracts with a company or an employer do not lend themselves to being classified as creating an ongoing employer/employee relationship. Instead, short term contracts are considered finite and renewable only upon the agreement of all involved. Hence, these types of contracts do not tend to create an indefinite employment relationship between the parties.

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