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Yes, my main concern is that...there is also the fact that I am losing out on other employee benefits i.e pension and medical aid etc.
Yes, this is actually stated in the contract.
I don't know what it says in a permanent contract but In my FTC it states that I do not qualify for those benefits.
I have asked questions around the FTC status as the contract clearly does state that I do not qualify for those benefits...my concern and my question to you is how long are they legally allowed (if that) to carry on this unfair and very abusive practice at my expense?
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