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.

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

Application management
What is Interim Recruitment?

Interim Recruitment refers to recruiting focused on the temporary supply of an individuals with specific expertise or skills into an …

Candidate sourcing
What is an Independent Contractor?

An Independent Contractor is a person or entity contracted to perform work or provide services to another entity as a …

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