by Gayle Fredericks THE END OF June marked the end of an era at Microsoft Corp., when a new policy went into effect that restricts the company’s extensive use of temporary workers. Besieged by lawsuits and complaints, Microsoft is limiting the length of temporary workers’ contracts to 365 days, and will further require that workers must take 100 days off between assignments. The policy was announced in February, giving temps time to find new jobs. More than a third of Microsoft’s new hires in the past three years have been former temporary workers, according to company spokesman Dan Leach. For […]
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