Whats the best way to "do" temp agencies?
When i first applied to one after i got canned, I was told they didnt have any work for me, this happened about 2 wks then i found out i was getting unemployment so I didnt pursue it further (this is why id rather get unemployment- I have a mortgage and need something I can "depend" on) But with the economy the way it is Im afraid that it will be the norm for me to call them and find out they have no work for me... So how does one become successful with these agencies?? Do i just apply with a bunch of them and rotate when I call them asking for work? stay off my questions Ann i do not heart u yeah thats my fear thomas esp in this economy
Asked By: HOPE FOR THE BEDDER - 6/17/2009
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1-unemplyment ebenfits are taxable income, so unless you are putting aside money or having taxes withheld, you may be in for a rude awakening next tax season... More
Answered By: Doctor Deth - 6/17/2009
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I tried to work for many temp agencies. They are unpredictable. They may tell you you job will last a while and after a few days they may say the company no longer needs you. I work at a company permanently now and wouldn't go back to these agencies. Even when I registered for a lot of them they still didn't get me... More
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