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If you have signed up with a temporary staffing agency, you may wonder what you can do to increase your success rate of having a steady stream of assignments. If so, use one or more of the three tips below to make the most of your temporary job placement.
Be Flexible About Positions You Will Accept
Although you may have certain skills at which you are most proficient, be flexible and open to new working experiences. If the staffing agency contacts you about a job you normally would not take but have knowledge about, consider giving it a try.
Being flexible about which positions you will accept can make a good impression on the staffing agency. If you are free and a new job becomes available, you may be one of the first they call with an offer if they know you are open to trying new assignments.
Treat The Assignment Like A Permanent Position
Once you have accepted an assignment, treat it as if you worked there permanently. This means showing up on time, doing the job as well as you can, and following all of the rules at the workplace.
Treating the job as if it were your regular position can make a good impression on the bosses at the worksite. If it is a job you enjoy and they like you, this temporary position could turn into a permanent placement.
Ask Questions, But Do Not Pester
While working at a site, ask as many questions as you need to do your job efficiently and accurately. If you do not know where something is located or need help with a procedure you do not understand, it is better to ask someone who works there permanently than to try to fake knowing what you are doing.
However, if you know the position could turn into a permanent one, do not become a pest and ask repeatedly about it. While asking the site supervisor once can show them your interest, asking constantly or making demands could turn them off from hiring you for a full-time, permanent position.
Using the above tips can help you get the most out of working with a temporary staffing agency. If you have any questions about how your particular agency work, contact your agent for more information about how their temporary job placement works, as well as ask for tips on how to be successful. Places like Employment Source can also offer more information.Share
19 May 2017