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Fixed-term contracts becoming permanent after 4 years

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Last updated on 3 April 2017
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Must schools make fixed-term contracts permanent after 4 years? We relay guidance from GOV.UK and Acas on fixed-term employees becoming permanent after 4 years. We also point to examples of letters about making a contract permanent.

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  1. 1 Automatically becoming a permanent employee after 4 years
  2. 2 Objectively justifying the decision not to offer a permanent contract
  3. 3 Letters about making a contract permanent

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