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An agreement by which a company *agrees to consider* extending a salaried job offer to an individual after a period of contracted work has passed.

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Permanent employment set to end- company want me to come back and do contract work

I have been employed on a permanent contract for a little over a year, and was recently given notice that I am being made redundant due to my employer losing one of their main clients. My boss had ...
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Contract-to-hire with no end date

I have been working a supposedly 6-month Contract-to-Hire C2H position on W2 for an agency for about 8 months now. Coming into the position having previously been a full-time permanent position with a ...
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Team based Consulting contracts [closed]

I have been working remote for the same client for nearly 10 years. I was a full-time employee and someone I worked with previously presented me with the opportunity (Primarily C# Stack). Sadly the ...
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Is there a way to work free for experience? [closed]

I had never been hired at upwork, I don't know why. I am willing to work for experience! Just simple data entry jobs, just for my experience. Because I think I need experience to be hired by an actual ...
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When outsourcing freelance work to foreign country, do I file a 1065, a 1099/1042(S)?

I've seen this asked a few different ways (closest was here), but I am looking to find out from the business's perspective, how to report (if necessary) the amount paid to a foreign contractor. My ...
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IP Contract clause help for Freelance project

We are about to take a job developing an app for a client, and are concerned with the wording in their work contract. To us, it seems that by signing this, we grant the client all the rights to our ...
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On a long contract, when is it ok to ask for a raise?

I started working at my current position nearly 6 months ago, and am paid per-hour, per-project at a flat rate. It was originally going to be a 3-month contract-to-hire, but the company lost a major ...