Just a reminder, your staffing agency is your employer.

You have filled out all of the necessary paperwork, registered/interviewed with your staffing agency and have been placed on an assignment. You have been working for several weeks or maybe even several months now and things seemed to be going well. However, you are now experiencing some concerns, maybe you are over hearing negative things via in-house gossip, you are not getting along with your co-worker/boss, somebody has approached you about a permanent position, there was a schedule change, the job duties have changed, etc. You should handle the situation as appropriate because you are on the assignment, right? Yes, Read More

Do you maintain the proper contact with your staffing agency?

The staffing agency calls and presents a possible opportunity. You are excited/interested (at least that is the message you convey), so the agency submits your resume to the client. You are even scheduled to have a phone interview or in person interview. And then…the agency cannot reach you again to confirm the interviews or even get feedback after the interviews. Where are you?! If you are serious about the job search and present yourself as available to an agency, make sure you actually are. The agency can only do their best if you are open and honest about your current Read More