Temp-to-Hire Positions are Not as Risky as You Might Think

Are temp-to-hire positions more risky because they are not “permanent” positions to start? Not necessarily. Think about it as a probationary period. After all, permanent positions are not necessarily “permanent” are they? Companies usually have a probationary period that lasts about 90 days (and benefits are not always available until the probation is successfully completed). Should your skills prove to be subpar or if you are not a good fit, the company can terminate your employment during the probation. Temp-to-hire positions work very much the same way. During the temp period, the employer is assessing your skills. However, you also Read More