How to Be A Permanent Temp by Joan Damico

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With an easy-to-follow action plan, professionals learn how to minimize risk, maximize earnings, and enhance job satisfaction while adding to their professional experience portfolio. It is a guide to earning a living while obtaining job satisfaction and diversity as a permanent temporary professional. How to Be a Permanent Temp includes useful information on the pros and cons of the temporary lifestyle, how to seek temporary employment, how the hiring process works, what type of compensation to expect, what healthcare or retirement benefits will or will not be provided and common pitfalls to avoid. It also provides helpful hints on locating agencies that suit your talent using both online and offline methods. For those who want to be more self sufficient this book gives you options on how to find temp work on your own.

About Joan Damico

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Joan Damico (Walden, NY) is business writer and consultant specializing in business-to-business copywriting and consulting for high tech and industrial companies. She holds a BA degree in business management with a concentration in communications. Joan is a member of the American Marketing Association, Business marketing Association, International Association of Business Communicators, and National Association of Female Executives.
Published December 1, 2001 by Delmar Cengage Learning. 192 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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