Hiring Contract

Hiring Contract

A contract giving a person employment at a company. A hiring contract generally gives a job description, the compensation, and the terms under which employment may end. A hiring contract may last for a certain number of years or it may state that it may end at any time with an agreed-upon notice.
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Tenders are invited for Quotation for hiring of jcb vehicle for pipeline maintenance works for as and when required bais on annual hiring contract
The university was also critiqued for not following human resources protocol when hiring contract workers.
For this year's survey, 41 percent report hiring contract and temporary workers.
Sources in the police said Kumar also planned to get himself injured by hiring contract killers in an attempt to implicate Chautala's family.
It is hiring contract workers and sending unfinished pieces to its larger factory in Washington to ease the bottlenecks.
The ITF revealed that a standard hiring contract for the airline's female workers reads: 'You are required to obtain prior permission from the company, in case you wish to change your marital status and get married,' Fox News reports.
While business transactions increased in 2013 as a result of the Abenomics fiscal strategy, employers prepared for unexpected changes by hiring contract workers and utilising external vendors to avoid over hiring permanent staff.
Hiring contract security patrol is a very good way to deter trouble that could be disastrous to a project.
Furthermore, attorneys, law firms and legal departments (both private and governmental) interested in hiring contract attorneys to outsource work, can do just that by registering as an Attorney/Client and posting their projects on the platform.
restarted hiring contract workers for one of its domestic factories in May, about a year after the global financial crisis forced it to strip the factories of all such workers, Honda officials said Thursday.
have earlier resumed hiring contract workers, Honda had until recently met any additional demand for its vehicles by arranging for workers at its affiliated parts makers to help or by having regular workers put in extra hours.
One of the most effective activities was hiring contract teachers.