Successfully Navigating Successive Fixed Term ContractsPosted in : Reddy Made Contracts on 29 January 2018
Take the following example:
An employee is currently employed on his third fixed term contract. His employer wants to provide him with a further fixed term contract for one year but the employee is asserting that he is entitled to a contract of indefinite duration. His fixed term contracts have been as follows: -
- Four year fixed term contract from January 2009 – January 2013
- Two year fixed term contract from January 2013 – January 2015
- Two year fixed term contract from January 2015 – January 2017
Is it legally permissible for his employer to provide him with a further fixed term
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