casual labor

Definition of "casual labor"
  1. Work that does not regularly contribute to the employer's business, typically executed on an infrequent basis by individuals who are either employees or independent contractors
How to use "casual labor" in a sentence
  1. Casual labor was hired to assist with the one-time installation of new office furniture.
  2. The car dealership hired casual labor for the single task of cleaning the showroom windows.
  3. The retail store often relies on casual labor for sporadic inventory checks.

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