Temporary basis definition

Temporary basis means the worker was provided to supplement a client’s regular workforce for a special situation, as a student worker, or as a probationary hire as described under ORS 656.850(1)(b). The worker will be considered to be provided on a temporary basis if there is contemporaneous written documentation of the placement;
Temporary basis means customarily less than 5 months a year.
Temporary basis means employment where an employee is expected to remain in a position for only a limited period of time or is hired by a temporary agency to fill a gap in the employer's workforce.

Examples of Temporary basis in a sentence

  • Temporary basis shall be defined as no more than five (5) consecutive working days unless otherwise agreed to by the employee.

  • Temporary basis for a term of years not to exceed the remaining number of crop years of such 3-year pe- riod.

  • Vacancies being filled on a Temporary basis that occur after August 1 for the remainder of the school year will be posted until filled (six-day posting waived).

  • Temporary basis shall be defined to mean up to the three months during the summer vacation.

  • It shall be unlawful for any Person to locate private Facilities in the Public Rights of Way on more than a Temporary basis without the prior written consent of the City, either through an Agreement or other arrangement with the City.


More Definitions of Temporary basis

Temporary basis means, as of the time of employment, being employed for a pre-established duration of less than one (1) year.
Temporary basis means a time period of less than 12 months.
Temporary basis. : means aA time period of less than 12 months.
Temporary basis means providing workers to a client for special situations such as to cover employee absences, employee leaves, professional skill shortages, seasonal workloads and special assignments and projects with the expectation that the position or positions will be termi- nated upon completion of the special situation. Workers also are provided on a temporary basis if they are provided as probationary new hires with a reasonable expectation of transitioning to per-
Temporary basis means a period not exceeding six (6) months, unless extended in writing, by mutual agreement of the parties.
Temporary basis means for a period of time not exceeding twelve (12)
Temporary basis means during the periods when Subsection 4(a) hereof is applicable.