THE DIFFERENCE IN “INTERM” “TEMPORARY” AND PERMANENT EMPLOYEES.

Employees hired for a limited period of time are known as temporary employees. Such employees may be hired on a casual, part-time, or full-time basis, but the employment is temporary. Extended Definition. Temporary employees are hires who are expected to retain their positions only for a limited period.

A common solution is to seek an interim employee, which could be any of your current employees, exempt or non. Taking on interim roles or positions generally includes taking on additional responsibilities. Because of this, many employers have enacted guidelines regarding compensation for these employees.

Permanent employees, regular employees or the directly employed, work for an employer and are paid directly by that employer. Permanent (regular) employees do not have a predetermined end date to employment.

WHICH ONE IS TOMMIE JEROME JONES. ITS NOT AN INTERIM EMPLOYEE BECAUSE HE IS TAKING ON LESS ROLES THAN A TOWN MANAGER. IT IS NOT PERMANENT EMPLOYEE BECAUSE HE HAS AN END DATE. THE REMAINING OPTION IS “TEMPORARY” EMPLOYEE WHICH HE IS. AND HE IS NOT A TOWN MANAGER BECAUSE HE IS NOT GOING TO HAVE THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF A TOWN MANAGER.

HELEN DIDN’T THINK THIS ONE THROUGH ENOUGH BEFORE DECIDING ON “interim” AS A DESCRIPTION OF TJJ’S JOB DESCRIPTON.

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