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Employment Contracts / Types of Worker
Transcript of Employment Contracts / Types of Worker
A part time title is for someone in the workplace who usually works under 35 hours per week, this may be because they have other priority such as they are in education or need to look after someone. People under the age of 21 normally have a part time job
To legally work full time, you must be doing more that 35 hours per week. Full time employment will often come with more benefits than part time as they are entitled to annual leave, sick leave and health insurance
Temporary employment is where an employee will phone a person and contract them to a certain mount of hours they do before they have to leave. For example, if a school teacher leaves on medical terms, a temporary teacher will take their place until the original teacher returns
Permanent employees employer and are paid directly by that employer. In addition to their wages, they often receive benefits like subsidized health care, paid vacations, holidays, sick time, or contributions to a retirement plan
A homeworker is someone who works for company or business by working from home. The company will give them a specified job or activity to do at home
A consultant is somebody who will provide someone else with expert knowledge on a particular subject.
A casual worker is someone who works on demand. Casual employment can be either temporary or permanent.
The practice of having certain job functions done outside a company instead of having an in-house department or employee handle them; functions can be outsourced to either a company or an individual
Job sharing is where 2 or more people are to share a full time job, essentially making it a part time job for both of them.