It’s often thought that a temporary job is just that, a temporary position, a momentary back step or a pause on the ladder of life. However, this is quite an unfair thought to have considering there are over 5 million people in temporary jobs in the UK. It may not be permanent, but neither does it have a fixed term. For whilst it might not be traditionally seen as secure, you also get far more flexibility should you wish to leave, or should the work dry up.
IBP are incredibly proud of Luke, who has spent far longer in his temporary role than any previous temp has, and, considering the average person changes job less than every 5 years, this appears to be far more than just temporary for him. It’s an impressive feat and a testament to his work ethic.
At IBP, they are proud of the links they have forged with their clients to provide these alternative types of employment, offering a full range of opportunities to candidates. This allows both clients and candidates to work together, without worrying about employing someone who they might struggle to keep employed down the line. Its flexibility works both ways, and allows for far more stable and quick growth, especially in small to medium enterprises.
For more information on temporary roles, head to the jobs section, or give IBP a call to discuss how a temporary role can make a permanent change to your life.