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how to tell my boss i want to be a permanent employee instead of a temp?

took a job at a medical office and im a secretary. basically i was supposed to be a temp for 3 months. comes november, the boss tell me some ish about being patient with her. 2 weeks later, we get a new medical assistant. it holiday season. we get a BUNCH of days off that i dont get paid for! how do i tell her in a nice way that I need to become permanent because this is taking a toll on me, i have bills!

Asked By: ¤AFTERN00N L0VAH¤ - 12/20/2012
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You do not tell your boss that you need to become permanent. Do this and your temp agency will be calling to tell you that your assignment is over. Working as a temp means that you are not permanent and you have no guarantee of ever becoming permanent. If you need more money than you're earning at your temporary job... More
Answered By: Heather - 12/20/2012
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Just ask her. She'll respect your candidness. When it comes to financial situations, people tend to understand the importance and usually overlook any sort of "etiquette" issues... More
Answered By: Tupac - 12/20/2012
 
It's hard to tell from your question whether you were expected/assumed to become permanent after the first 3 months or not... More
Answered By: Pearls Before Swine - 12/20/2012
 
You may ask your boss as to how long it will take to confirm you as a regular employee.
Answered By: smahadevan39 - 12/20/2012
 
Don't use the "I have bills" approach. That's your problem. You don;t tell,you negotiate. Ok.Answer this question. If I were your boss,what; ls in it for ME if I put you on full time. Can;t answer that question? Tell me when you can.
Answered By: TedEx - 12/21/2012
 
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