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NORCROSS, GA, January 01, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- It's the height of the holiday season, and throughout the nation, seasonal workers are growing aware that they will either still be employed at the end of the season or they won't. Many seasonal workers genuinely enjoy their work and would like to transition from being a seasonal employee to having a more permanent position.
If you are a seasonal worker who wants to stay on after the season has ended, TRC Staffing Solutions, an Atlanta staffing agency, recommends that you take two steps to encourage your employers to keep you on if they can: work hard and make your enthusiasm for the position known.
Working hard is something everyone should do at any job they have, obviously, but it's especially important for seasonal workers who wish to remain with their companies after the New Year. If your company is considering keeping a few seasonal employees after the season, you need to stand out for your consistent dedication to doing your job well. Proving that you are a devoted employee who does excellent work will encourage your managers to see you as someone they would like to have around every day, and not just during the busy holiday season.
Being a hard worker alone is not enough to encourage your employers to keep you after the holidays are over. Many employers make the assumption that seasonal employees do not want to stay after the season if they do not speak up and express their appreciation for the position and a desire to stay on after the season. Make it clear to your supervisors that you would like to stay with the company once the season ends.
Remember, sometimes there is nothing you can do to keep a seasonal position once the season is over. Some employers simply can not keep on seasonal workers, no matter how excellent their service has been. If you find yourself in this situation, continue to do the very best job you can and make the most of it. Discuss the option of possible seasonal work in the future with your employer, and consider requesting that they be a professional reference. These gestures can make a lasting impression that may help you down the line.
"By working hard and making it clear that you wish to stay after the season, you may be able to turn a temporary position into a more permanent one," says Afton Lucente, Vice President of Marketing and Communications at TRC Staffing Services, Inc., a staffing agency in Atlanta. "Sometimes that is not an option, but you can always use the experience and networking opportunities to your advantage as you seek future employment."
If you do find yourself facing the end of a seasonal position, TRC Staffing Services, Inc., strongly recommends that you begin applying to jobs before your seasonal job ends. With corporate partnerships in nearly every sector, TRC can help to match you to the position you are best qualified for. Learn more about TRC Staffing Services, Inc., and its Atlanta staffing opportunities at http://www.trcstaffing.com.
About TRC Staffing Services, Inc.
TRC Staffing Services, Inc., is a full-service staffing solutions provider with over 30 years of industry experience. Established in 1980, TRC is one of the largest privately-held staffing firms in the country. Like his father, President and CEO Brian Robinson remains focused on the idea that the marketplace continues to need a business built on principles and values, committed to providing the highest level of service in the industry. TRC has 44 locations in 14 states, providing traditional staffing services, professional and technical staffing, and management services to some of the country's leading companies.
For more information, visit http://www.trcstaffing.com.
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