Well I hope u all will actively take part to answer the above questions
So come on and give your views.................................
Compliment you for starting the discussion on this topic!!..
Temp staffing is already gaining prominence in India..take the example of the company Teamlease who have grown phenomenly in last two years..as i forsee it it would be so in the future..staffing on temporary basis for certain skill sets as the Business models of the most companies would undergo sea-change as competition in coming future would increase may fold..therefore HR would have to play a major role..as strategic partner to assist the company to acheive the goals..
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Not really..it's a perception..what is more important is the skill sets or competencies gained and use of the same by the prospective organizations..
If you ask me frankly..there is no meaning in permanent job or job security!! it would become irrelavant in due course of time..contract job/temp work with good reputed company would be better if the assignment is good or offers one the opportunity to learn & contribute..
At the end of the day..it's all about acquiring skills sets & competencies..leveraging the same to your advantage ..
I defnitely feel that freshers should join the samll companies on a permanent role......this wud not only give them a wide range of experinec but also make them feel important but in the other case whrein the freshers join in to big branded companies(exceptional cases)..on contract it so happens that their satisfaction levels are not up to the mark and at times they are also moved out of the specified roles and responsibilities satated at the joining time.
even i feel that this trend will catch up soon.
as u said that consultants dont entertain such people..it is difficult for them to get permanenet jobs..could be true.but this is an era of competiveness,we need to constantly market ourselves.
people working as a temporary staff could be excellent in what they do.they have to bank upon their skills, prove that they are worthy and should have valid and convincing reasons as to..why they prefered to be a temporary staff.
as far as your second question goes....i am a fresher myself. if i feel that a small company is giving me a better oppurtunity i would opt for that....if i feel i can learn more as a temporary staff...i'll go for that.
the issue here is the learning, not the nature of the job.
1.Person who worked...............................will find it difficult to get a
permanent ...............................is it true.
THIS is not entirely true.
IN majority of the cases, it will be a struggle but if you have developed
core competences , you can succeed.
Of the two, the contract job experience may find it easier than the
temporary, because of the negative perception of the experience
gained as a temporary.
IT is assumed and perceived that the temporary may not have
the reliable /experienced competence to perform on the
WHEREAS in contract job, people tend to pack/ develop
competences, knowing well that they will be in job market
as soon as the contract period expires.
2.For a fresher, which would be better............................................ ..
FOR a fresher, in genneral, permanent job is the ideal path
for career development.
IT gives the fresher the time
-to be trained
-to gain experience
-availability of resources for development
IN the medium term, permanency is not the answer,
but for the individual to get up / go for a career
with a plan.
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