fixed-term


fixed-term
adj.
Fixed-term is used with these nouns: ↑contract

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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  • fixed term employee — An employee working under a fixed term contract of employment, which is terminable either: On a set date or after a set period (for example, for six months or on 8 June). On the occurrence or non occurrence of a specific event (for example, a… …   Law dictionary

  • fixed-term contract — A contract that terminates on a set date or after a set period (for example, after six months) or on the occurrence or non occurrence of a specific event (for example, a maternity cover contract). A fixed term contract can be either full or part… …   Law dictionary

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