A temporary job can become a good full-time job and temporary staffing can lead to a well planned workforce.
November 05, 2010 by Audra Sayn-Wittgenstein
Temporary employment and staffing will grow as the economy improves. There is no advantage for business to increase risk and fixed costs by hiring permanent staff with today’s ongoing economic uncertainty and government over regulation
The best option for employers is to “Direct Hire” key positions and invaluable staff. Temporary staffing services allow business to hire in a way that is fiscally sound and to their advantage. Temporary employees limit liability, increase flexibility and reduce the fixed component of business costs to more manageable variable costs.
The best option for job seekers during these more challenging times in employment is to keep current with work related skills; upgrade if possible; become invaluable to your work place; and don’t turn down a suitable assignment.
The temp job can become a good fulltime job as temporary staffing can lead to a well planned workforce. With the right attitude and good, honest communication between employee and employer, the challenges of today’s job market can become great opportunities for all.
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George Sayn-Wittgenstein is a recruitment professional who has been “Placing People First” at Labour Source in Toronto Ontario since 1996.
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