Temporary Agencies usually deal within a particular profession or business, such as Health Care, Technical, Accounting, Office Administration, or Industrial Labor. When applying to a Temp Agency, you may be asked to complete a series of tests, so that they can match you appropriately to jobs in a particular business.
As an employee of a Temp Agency, you may be entitled to a variety of benefits, comparable to those of a full time employee in a permanent position. Working for a Temp Agency offers you the opportunity to explore employment options you might not, if you were committing to a permanent position, while maintaining the flexibility to change assignments upon completion.
When you receive an assignment as a "Temp", the Agency will provide you with information as to whom to report, dress code, hours, wages, and a description of the duties and duration of the job. Any discrepancies found upon reporting to your assignment are handled by the Agency.
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