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TEMP

On drawings, abbr. for “temperature.”
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The letter had a trigger in the abrupt dismissal of 80 percent of a 43-person team of temp workers on the company's artificial intelligence assistant unit.
"By the end of the next week we had four temps out working" says Gill.
What's more, NPR is under no obligation to offer a temp a permanent job, even after years of employment.
In Table 3, the equation for sack oyster mortality "0.79 + -0.037(Temp) + -0.073(Sal) + -0.00095[(Temp).sup.2] - 0.0027[(Sal).sup.2]" should have been written as "0.79 + -0.037(Temp) + -0.072(Sal) + 0.00095[(Temp).sup.2] + 0.0027[(Sal).sup.2]."
"As temp workers are learning so many things in a short period of time, it is important they know how to engender trust with the customer and how to leave the customer feeling as if the company they are working with is committed to a high-quality experience.
Recently, a temp agency emailed me a job description that was supposedly geared to a position we had open.
Hatton begins in chapter 1 by arguing that temp jobs today are stereotypically "bad" jobs, with lower wages, no benefits (such as health insurance), and no job security.
Katie Bard's Temp of the Year Awards recognise the achievements of its candidates based at a wide range of organisations across the region and were celebrated at Bar Opus at One Snow Hill in Birmingham.
The store's managing director Chris Earnshaw said: "It's fantastic that we have been able to offer some of our temps permanent roles at John Lewis Cardiff.
For now, companies should review which temps are likely to work on assignments longer than 12 weeks and review the information they are required to share with the agency.
7874; such partnerships are treated as foreign corporations and EAG members for purposes of determining the existence of a surrogate foreign corporation; see Temp. Regs.
Northern TUC regional secretary Kevin Rowan said: "There is a valuable role for agencies and temporary workers in the UK labour market, but the temp trade should not be about getting workers on the cheap, holding them back from quality permanent jobs and throwing them on the scrap heap when employers and agencies are done with them.