4. Make the most of learning opportunities
Seize learning opportunities and ask questions. Temporary employees that use their initiative and strive to understand the business are the ones that are going to stand out to their employers the most. It demonstrates that you are committed both to self-development and the performance and long-term goals of the business. Following the above is a surefire way to ensure your intentions for permanent employment are clear, and your employer will likely pick up on your efforts.
Our tips for turning a temporary job into a permanent one encompasses all the makings of a good employee. As we know, when securing a permanent job, first impressions are everything. However, in a temporary position, you will arguably need to work a little harder to ensure this positive first impression lasts the entirety of your placement. The goal is to demonstrate that you are not replaceable and add value to your team. Our tips should help you well on your way to achieving just that.