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contingent work

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  • Contingent work — Contingent work, also sometimes known as casual work, is a neologism which describes a type of employment relationship between an employer and employee. There is no universally agreed consensus on what type of working arrangement constitutes… …   Wikipedia

  • contingent work — contingent worker UK US noun [C] ► HR, WORKPLACE a person who works for a company, but is not employed permanently by it: »Many companies use contingent workers to cut labor costs and ease management tasks. → Compare CASUAL(Cf. ↑casual) adjective …   Financial and business terms

  • contingent worker — UK US noun [C] ► HR, WORKPLACE a person who works for a company, but is not employed permanently by it: »Many companies use contingent workers to cut labor costs and ease management tasks. → Compare CASUAL(Cf. ↑casual) adjective contingent work… …   Financial and business terms

  • Contingent workforce — A contingent workforce is a provisional group of workers who work for an organization on a non permanent basis, also known as freelancers, independent professionals, temporary contract workers, independent contractors or consultants.[1][2]… …   Wikipedia

  • contingent — In context of liabilities ( liability), those liabilities that do not yet appear on the balance sheet ( i.e. guarantees, supports, lawsuit settlements). For support or recourse, the trigger may occur at any time in the future. Bloomberg Financial …   Financial and business terms

  • work — ▪ I. work work 1 [wɜːk ǁ wɜːrk] verb 1. [intransitive] to do a job that you are paid for: • Harry is 78 and still working. • Most of the people I went to school with work in factories. work for • David works for a broadcasting company …   Financial and business terms

  • Work aversion — Work aversion, Workplace aversion, or Employment aversion is a psychological behavior, often part of an anxiety disorder, in which the subject intentionally refuses to be gainfully employed at all, or works far less than is necessary in order to… …   Wikipedia

  • contingent fee — n: contingency fee at fee 2 Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. con …   Law dictionary

  • Contingent employment (economics) — In economics, contingent employment refers to workers who do not have an implicit or explicit contract for long term employment.[1] Contingent employment generally consists of temporary or part time jobs. See Contingent workforce.[2] Contents 1… …   Wikipedia

  • Contingent negative variation — The contingent negative variation (CNV) was one of the first event related potential (ERP) components to be described. The CNV component was first described by Dr. W. Grey Walter and colleagues in an article published in Nature in 1964.[1] The… …   Wikipedia

  • Contingent fee — A contingent fee (in the United States) or conditional fee (in England and Wales) is any fee for services provided where the fee is only payable if there is a favourable result. In the law is defined as [a] fee charged for a lawyer s services… …   Wikipedia

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