Temporary workers have the same labour rights and obligations as permanent employees, except that their work ends at the limited duration (and sometimes the way in which they obtain their entitlement to annual leave may vary). Vinod starts working in a café. His employment contract describes him as a “casual worker”. At first, he only works here and there in one or the other position, but for the next six months, he starts working regularly from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekdays. At that time, Vinod`s employment status changed to a permanent part-time job. If vinod were suddenly invited without warning to stop going to work, it might be an unjustified dismissal, as his employer did not follow the proper process of firing a part-time permanent guardian…