Atypical Employment

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Atypical Employment - (Work )


Atypical work refers to employment relationships that do not conform to the standard of ‘typical’ models of full-time, regular, open-ended employment with a single employer over a long time span.


Source: From EurWork (24th Nov 2017)
Example of Use: Zero-hour contracts are another example of atypical employment which brings more job insecurity to employees.