If you are able to easily adapt to innovation and quickly master new information, you are productive, flexible, reliable and responsible – you can definitely be an ideal temporary employee!
Often, an employment contract of such an employee will be short-term, but flexible enough, say students, as temporary employees, will be able to do the whole work because it is easy to combine with studies. A temporary job is:
- A great opportunity for young specialists to accumulate work experience.
- A good opportunity to make sure that the company you work for is right for you and you are considering getting a job under a permanent employment contract.
- A possibility of earning extra money or when you are willing to find a permanent job.
- An exceptional opportunity to choose a workload that identifies a personal need (for example, during your studies or continuing your paternity leave).
- A good opportunity to accumulate work experience in different companies.
What is temporary employment, and what is a temporary employee? The fundamental difference is that the employee is employed and the employment contracts are concluded with the Temporary Agency (EuroJOB+), but not with the company where the employee will work directly. In all other situations, the temporary employee will not be different from other people working in the company.
Working in this form, your direct employer becomes the EuroJOB+, but the work is done at the workplaces of our clients. Then, when the work at the company stops, you will be submitted other job offers that are most relevant to your needs.
If you desire diversity or new situations, and all that means a great pleasure to you, temporary work could become a way of life for you. The advantage of this job is that you can combine work periods personally in the most convenient way for you.
After registering, the EuroJOB+ database provides you with a personal consultant to help you make the RIGHT DECISIONS for any career issues!