Casual Worker

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Casual Worker - (noun)


A casual worker is someone on a temporary employment contract who has limited access to benefits and little or no security of employment. The main aspect of casual work is that there is an absence of a continuing relationship or any stability with an employer.


Source: Adapted from EurWork
Example of Use: Many workers in the agricultural sector are casual workers, who have very little job security.