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    thomas615 is offline Member
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    Is this sentence OK? what do you call a person who works on a contract with a company?

    The manager says that Mary was not their ex-employee as she worked on a contract with their company.

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    Default Re: person on contract

    A "temp" or an "independent contractor," depending on the situation.

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