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Repeated fixed term employment contracts do not necessarily lead to indefinite term employee status

Posted Tuesday, December 20, 2011

The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has released a ruling that provides some insight into repeated fixed term employment contracts. While courts generally look for ambiguities in these contracts and interpret them strictly against the employer's interests, carefully drafted contracts can be used to hire independent contractors for repeated terms without making them indefinite term employees.

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