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Contract to Hire: Definition, Advantages and Disadvantages
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"Contract to Hire: Definition, Advantages and Disadvantages"

Within this article, we discuss what a contract to hire means, the advantages and disadvantages to the employee and employer, and when it might be the best option.

There’s quite a lot to think about when deciding whether a contract to hire is the best route to take when recruiting.

In simple terms, hiring somebody on a contract-to-hire basis involves the employer appointing someone (the ‘contractor’) to do a short-term job.

Usually, the purpose of a contract to hire is to allow both the employee and employer to test the waters to make sure that the job is suitable before committing to a full-time role.


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