Alternatives to Redundancies - Part 3Posted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 4 June 2010
In the third part of our Alternatives to Redundancies series, Jennifer Cashman, Partner, RDJ, Solicitors, examines how the employment model is changing in the current economic climate and how employers are now focusing on hiring temporary workers and finding more flexible solutions for project driven work. The aim of this article is to provide practical advice for employers on these issues in these changing and challenging times.
1. Fixed Term Workers
Many employers, particularly those with recruitment embargos, are looking at the possibility of hiring fixed term and specified purpose contract workers to meet workload demands while at the same time not adding to permanent headcount.
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