Published: 03:10, 29 August 2001
A KENT recruitment agency is trying to encourage employers and managers to say thank you to their temporary workers.
Blue Arrow in the High Street, Chatham, believes temps aren't given the credit they deserve for the hard work and new skills they bring to a company.
Branch manager Sharon Robinson said: "Saying thank you is one of the most basic acknowledgements you can give to a colleague at work. It is also one of the most important.
"All too often, temporary workers are neglected because they tend to change jobs regularly and may be excluded from the team spirit of an office. But managers should take the time to thank temporary workers, particularly at the end of their contract.
She added: "This will ensure they feel rewarded for the contribution they have made while in the job and keep them motivated for what can be a challenging and unsettling career."
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