Temporary Employment

Temporary work or temporary employment (also called odd jobs or gigs) refers to an employment situation where the working arrangement is limited to a certain period of time based on the needs of the employing organization. Temporary employees are sometimes called "contractual", "seasonal", "interim", "casual staff", "outsourcing", "freelance"; or the words may be shortened to "temps". In some instances, temporary, highly skilled professionals (particularly in the white-collar worker fields, such as human resources, research and development, engineering, and accounting) refer to themselves as consultants. Increasingly, executive-level positions (e.g. CEO, CIO, CFO, CMO, CSO) are also filled with Interim Executives or …

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World Bank Group · 16 May 2022

International migration for temporary employment is key to South Asia’s development path, in terms of both jobs and remittance flows. Overseas markets are a critical source of employment for South Asian


15 May 2022 English

Cover Front The shaded areas of the map indicate ESCAP members and associate member* The Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) serves as the United Nations’ …

Virtanen, M. Elovainio, and J. Vahtera, (2005). Temporary employment and health: a review. International journal


World Bank Group · 9 May 2022

argued to be a cause of reduced employment flexibility, slower growth and increased reliance on temporary employment contracts in many countries, including India. In 2014, the Indian state of Rajasthan amended


WAC · 28 April 2022 English

We respectfully acknowledge that this report was prepared on the traditional lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit and Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee, and the Wendat peoples and is …

benefits employers to create part-time and temporary employment. It illustrates how our employment laws and disease affecting workers placed by temporary employment agencies arise because of disorganisation and health and workers’ compensation of temporary employment agency workers in Canada: reflections on


SPI · 25 April 2022 English

It is time to combine intersectional perspectives with a systems thinking approach to better understand climate In rural communities, climate change is expected to increase impacts the frequency and intensity …

refers to the increase of non- standard or temporary employment usually characterised by low- Two-Spirit


UN · 20 April 2022 English

At the ini- nicipal actions, the efforts of the departments tiative of the Budgets and Tax Policy Directorate have centred on ensuring the optimum function- of the Tax and Budgets …

secure employment: Fewer accidents and less temporary employment 8.4 1 0-30-50 target to become a sustainable


PICUM · 19 April 2022 English

of 3 months of work in the absence of proof to the contrary; and Compensation and certain procedural rights in the event of termination of the employment relationship, dependent on …

or the occurrence of a specific event. Temporary employment relationships less favourable manner than workers solely because they work are where temporary employment businesses are the employer, and where the to part-time work or vice-versa should by temporary employment agencies, this Directive should apply. not .21 Health and Safety in Fixed-term and Temporary Employment Directive (91/383/EEC) 33 Parental Leave


CEPII · 31 March 2022 English

DT n° 2022-02, April 22 Using large scale data on Eastern European workers, we show significant and sizable deteriorations of their wages and working conditions in regions that faced large …

to flexible work arrangements (part-time, temporary employment, overtime, night work). 2*Poland 2002 Reduction


Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children · 27 March 2022 English

From previous research on harassment and violence in workplaces, we know that: 1) not everyone experiences harassment and violence in the same way, 2) marginalized workers1 are subject to higher …

in permanent work. The remaining were in temporary employment (9%) or casual, seasonal, or “other” employment


Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children · 27 March 2022 English

From previous research on harassment and violence in workplaces, we know that: 1) not everyone experiences harassment and violence in the same way, 2) marginalized workers1 are subject to higher …

in permanent work. The remaining were in temporary employment (9%) or casual, seasonal, or “other” employment


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