HOW TO…get more from interim staff

November 2008
People Management;11/27/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 24, p41
The article considers some factors that human resource personnel should consider before and during the placement of interim workers. Personnel is advised to meet interim workers in person to talk through the requirements, if they are also able to visit their premises, among others. It is also recommended for HR personnel to determine the relevant skills to complete the project that interim workers have been assigned to. Also discussed is the need to identify project goals and the significance of communication.


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