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TEMP

On drawings, abbr. for “temperature.”
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"At the moment one of the growing number of temps in Poland or Spain is treated far better than one of the falling number of temps in the UK.
Temps with the Man-power agency have access to the company's online Direct Training Service, which includes more than 1,100 courses - from computer training to customer service skills.
Temporary workers are most commonly used for short-term cover for a vacant position, which is done in 31% of firms, while 29% use them to meet an upturn in demand and 21% use temps to cover for staff absence.
The new rule relies on the business user exercising day-to-day control over the temp for a period of 12 months.
Incidentally, there is a reason to provide your temps with this level of training beyond the fact that you will receive better work and happier people as a result.
In their eyes it's no coincidence that temp agencies spring up in parts of town populated by the homeless.
All of which is a shame, for the exhibition presented numerous moments of great interest, many of them based on unexpected juxtapositions and "multidisciplinary" surprises, such as the simple but clever idea of staging a complete reading of Proust's A la Recherche du temps perdu by contemporary writers.
The AFL-CIO now calls contingent labor a "priority issue," but high-level officials there acknowledge that labor has yet to make the all-out push required to organize temps on any significant scale.
An average of 5.6 million executive temps are at work every business day.
Talk to other temps to see what they like and dislike about their agencies.