Researchers, fixed-term contracts and universities: Understanding the law in context
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AbstractThis report examines UK legislation on fixed-term contracts1 in the context of higher education institutions (HEIs). Since fixed-term employment has become a common feature of working life within universities and periods of fixed-term employment have constituted a key step in many research career contexts, the legislation raises specific issues for HEIs and researchers.
CitationOliver, L. and Hooley, T. (2010). Researchers, Fixed-Term Contracts and Universities: Understanding the Law in Context. Cambridge: CRAC