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  • n. Plural form of permalancer.

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Examples

  • Michael Moore called out ABC on "Good Morning America" Wednesday for employing "permalancers," permanent freelancers who are effectively full-time employees but hired on a contract ... var news_amount = 4;

    Anis Shivani: Is the Opposite of Capitalism Democracy? A Review of Michael Moore's Capitalism: A Love Story

  • Michael Moore called out ABC on "Good Morning America" Wednesday for employing "permalancers," permanent freelancers who are effectively full-time employees but hired on a contract ...

    Michael Shermer: Capitalism: A Propaganda Hate Film

  • A third category is "permalancers," who look a lot like traditional employees but are paid as independent contractors for business reasons.

    City Journal

  • In February, MTV told "permalancers," who it has historically screwed over in a slavey caste system, they'd have to leave at the end of nine months so they wouldn't have to provide them costly benefits like health insurance, a tipster told us.

    Gawker

  • Moore was on ABC's Good Morning America last week and called out ABC's practice of hiring “permalancers” — permanent freelancers who are essentially full-time workers but are on contract rather than salary, which means they don't get any of the benefits normally extended to employees.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Did CBS Cancel Michael Moore?

  • That's out of maybe 17 staff and permalancers, give or take, the second tipster said.

    Gawker

  • Unlike the traditional entrepreneur taking big risks to get rich, a lot of America's modern independent workers-the permalancers in particular-are uncomfortable figuring out how to cope with risk on their own.

    City Journal

  • But permalancers face the same risks and lack of benefits that soloists and microbusiness owners do-often without the creative and financial upsides.

    City Journal

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    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Did CBS Cancel Michael Moore?

  • MTVN's permalancers have their health benefits intact, and some (probably due to Gov.

    2007: The Year of Magical Thinking? - MediaBizzBuzz for December 17, 2007

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