rolling contract

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rolling contract UK US noun [C] HR
a contract that continues until someone decides to end it, rather than one that continues until a particular date: »

You may be asked to consider whether you prefer a rolling contract, i.e. one which continues until the required period of notice is given.

Compare FIXED TERM(Cf. ↑fixed term)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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