Many employers seem to think there is an advantage to having a fixed-term employment contract with an employee. The usual rationales are that it sets the parties’ expectations for a period of employment and that either party can walk away at the end of the term, without any further obligation to the other. These are reasonable rationales…when the employment ...
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