Hiring Contract

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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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