casual worker

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somebody who provides labor or services under an irregular or informal working arrangement. A casual worker is usually considered as an independent contractor rather than an employee. Consequently, there is no obligation on the part of an employer to provide work, and there is no obligation on the part of the casual worker to accept all offers of work made by an employer.

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  • casual worker — n. temporary worker, worker employed on a temporary basis …   English contemporary dictionary

  • casual worker — See casual employee …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • casual worker — /ˌkæʒuəl wɜ:kə/ noun a worker who can be hired for a short period …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • casual — [kazh′o͞o əl] adj. [ME & OFr casuel < LL casualis, by chance < L casus, chance, event: see CASE1] 1. happening by chance; not planned; incidental [a casual visit] 2. happening, active, etc. at irregular intervals; occasional [a casual… …   English World dictionary

  • casual — ca·su·al adj 1 a: not expected or foreseen b: not done purposefully: accidental 2 a: employed for irregular periods a casual worker b: engaging in an activity on an occasional basis …   Law dictionary

  • casual — ▪ I. casual cas‧u‧al 1 [ˈkæʒuəl] adjective JOBS casual workers are employed only when they are needed, and are not in permanent or continuous employment; = TEMPORARY: • Traditionally, labour in the construction industry has been employed on a… …   Financial and business terms

  • casual — adjective 1 NOT CARING not caring or seeming not to care about something: His casual manner annoyed me. | Karla tried to sound casual, but her excitement was obvious. 2 CLOTHES casual clothes are comfortable clothes that you wear in informal… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • casual — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French & Late Latin; Anglo French casuel, from Late Latin casualis, from Latin casus fall, chance more at case Date: 14th century 1. subject to, resulting from, or occurring by chance < a casual… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • casual — [ kaʒjʊəl, zj ] adjective 1》 relaxed and unconcerned.     ↘made, done, or acting without much care or thought: a casual remark. 2》 not regular or firmly established.     ↘(of a worker) employed on a temporary or irregular basis.     ↘(of a sexual …   English new terms dictionary

  • casual — adj. & n. adj. 1 accidental; due to chance. 2 not regular or permanent; temporary, occasional (casual work; a casual affair). 3 a unconcerned, uninterested (was very casual about it). b made or done without great care or thought (a casual remark) …   Useful english dictionary

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