|Temp-to-Hire is Becoming Full-Time Practice at Firms|
|Topic||Human Resources Management|
|Key Words||temp-to-hire, flexible workforce, contingent workers, recruiter|
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Temp-to-hire occurs when a temporary, or contingent, worker is hired on a full-time basis at the company for which they temped. The company is usually required to pay the temp's recruiter a portion of the new salary, since the recruiter brought the employee to the company in the first place. However, many larger companies have incorporated contractual provisions against fee-based conversions.
|Source||"Temp-to-Hire is Becoming Full-Time Practice at Firms," Workforce Management June 1, 2005, p. 82.|
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