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Employment Contract/Types Of Worker
Transcript of Employment Contract/Types Of Worker
For only part of the usual working day or week. Workers are considered to be "part-time workers" if they commonly work fewer than 30 hours a week.
The worker usually works 40 hours a week to be classed as a "full time worker". They are entitled to health insurance, annual leave and sick leave.
A person who works at home. Homeworkers do not own or operate the business they work for. Most homeworkers are considered low skilled labour.
When the employee is expected to leave the employer within a certain period of time. They may work full or part-time.
Work for a single employer and are payed directly by that employer they recieve holidays and sick time and health care too.
An employee who works only on demand by the employer. You don't tend to get holidays or any benefits like that. It is low pay.
Outsourcing can involve transferring employees from one firm to another. It includes both foreign and domestic contracting.
Someone who provides expert advice. They have wide knowledge of the subject matter.