Introduction to Temping

Many people choose to do temporary work for various reasons. It could be that you are uncertain of your next career move and want to try out different types of work before deciding on a permanent career. It could be that you are out of work for whatever reason, perhaps redundancy, or you have reached a crossroads in your career and are looking for a new opportunity. Or it could be that you need the flexibility to choose when and where you work due to personal circumstances or lifestyle. Some people just enjoy the variety and flexibility of temporary work and choose it as a lifetime decision. Many people prefer it to having to commit long term to a permanent role and contract of employment.

Whatever your reason bbu can offer you temporary work to suit your needs, either full time or part time and for long term or short term assignments.

Benefits to Temping

  • You can choose when and where you want to work.
  • Temping is the perfect way to explore different roles and industries.
  • Temping is an invaluable way to learn new skills or develop current skills to a higher level of expertise.
  • Temping is the perfect way to ease yourself back into the world of work at your own pace
  • Temping enables you to grow in confidence knowing that you can choose work that suits your skills level and ability.
  • Temporary work can be the solution for a better work / life balance than permanent employment.
  • Taking a career break and Temping while considering your next move is an ideal way of keeping your hand in and avoiding gaps in your CV until you find your next permanent move.
  • Temp to Perm is a great way of trying out a role without having to commit until you are sure you have made the right decision.
  • If you know you want to join a particular company but can’t find the right permanent opportunity, Temping could be the perfect way in and a chance to prove your suitability for a permanent opportunity which could arise within that company.
  • Temporary assignments often extend into long-term roles.
  • Temporary work is the perfect solution for graduates and students to obtain valuable commercial experience which will enhance their CV and quest for a permanent career move.

With the introduction of the Agency Workers Regulations 2010, Temporary Workers now have extended rights from both Day 1 and after Week 12 in a temporary job. These rights entitle the Temporary to the same salary and working conditions of a comparable worker.

Temporary Bookings

  • Temporary bookings can be as little as one day or ongoing on an indefinite period.
  • Companies can require short term temporary cover for sickness or holidays.
  • Companies can require extra help for a fixed period for new projects, product launches and sales projects.
  • Companies can require maternity cover. These positions can often become permanent.
  • Many companies in today’s economic climate have headcounts which mean they are only able to employ Temporary Workers rather than offer permanent contracts. These can be for ongoing or short term assignments.

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