Temporary employment is the making available of labour forces to an employer. This takes place on a flexible basis and at a predetermined and agreed-upon rate. The number of hours per week is flexible, as is the duration of the working activities. In order to adequately respond to changes in the market, it is important to have a flexible personnel database. By employing temporary personnel, you can swiftly and efficiently respond to highs and lows in work pressure. Temporary employees can also be used to replace permanent employees who’ve fallen ill. Over time, they can also be added to your organisations as an expansion of your existing permanent personnel database.
The total temporary employment duration is 78 weeks.