An employee, often hired and paid by a third party, who fills in staffing shortages caused by special projects, seasonal coverage, leaves of absence or other reasons [Go to source
An individual who works on either short- or long-term assignments with an employer without being treated as a permanent employee and lacking the benefits of permanent employees. Normally utilized by employers to meet seasonal or other demands that they do not have the internal resources to meet.
An employee in a position which does not meet the conditions for regular positions.
An employee who works in a job of limited duration.
Temporary employees are hired for a pre-established period of time to fill a short-term temporary need. Temporary employees paid directly by Washington University (rather than through a third party) are eligible for limited benefits once they reach 520 hours worked. Temporary employment should not exceed 6 months.
an employee assigned to work for the clients of a temporary help firm
an employee engaged and employed as such for a specific term to meet specific circumstances, or for limited term events as agreed by the Parties
an employee hired for only a limited period of time to substitute for one or more permanent full-time employee(s) during their absence, or is hired for a job which is of limited duration and who is so informed at the time s/he is hired
a person employed by an employer who is a temporary labour agent, and placed at the disposal of a user for the duration necessary for carrying out certain precise and temporary duties
Persons hired to work up to forty hours per week for no more than 19 weeks in a fiscal year or up to one year at less than twenty hours a week.
An individual not on a career appointment who is employed for a limited period of time not to exceed 1 year. The appointment may be extended, up to a maximum of three years, to perform the work of a position that does not require an additional permanent employee.
An employee who works for a staffing service fulfilling client assignments.