Recruitment glossary

What is Casual Employment?

Casual employment refers to a situation in which an employee is only guaranteed work when it is needed, and there is no expectation that there will be more work in the future. A casual employee is only compensated for time worked, so they do not receive holiday pay, sick time or other benefits from the employer.

Temporary placement
What is a Temp Agency?

Temping agencies also referred to as temp agencies, are recruitment agencies that specialise in finding positions for candidates looking for …

Temporary placement
What is Temp-to-Hire?

​Temp-to-Hire refers to a situation where an individual is hired for a temporary period, often 3-6 months, and then at …

Application management
What is Time in Lieu?

Time in Lieu allows an employee to work overtime and then instead of being paid additional remuneration for working such …

Application management
What is a Recruiter?

A recruiter, or recruitment consultant, is a professional who connects candidates looking for roles with companies looking for candidates to …

Candidate sourcing
What is a Hot Desk?

A hot desk is a term used to describe a recruitment environment that is already established for a recruiter.

Temporary placement
What is Hourly Pay?

Hourly pay describes a rate an employer agrees to pay a worker per hour worked. Employees who are paid an …

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