Temporary working has expended over the last years at a global and national level bringing numerous advantages for both employers and employees. The attraction of the labour force in tight collaboration with the recruitment providers is a profitable thing for the companies. This offers the possibility to cover an unexpected demand for staff or to replace the employees that are for instances on maternity leave, holiday or study, for a certain period of time.
Statistics have shown that in Romania personnel leasing has a significant growth potential. During each quarter of the last year were 27 million persons with ages between 15 and 64 years old who have called for temporary working in order to ensure their incomes, in European Union, according to Eurostat.
At a national level thousands of Romanians worked temporarily in 2015. The majority of them, precisely 101.800, had this type of contractual agreements between April and July.
During the same period almost 119.000 people work in Bulgaria and 420.000 in Hungary on a temporarily basis.
Amongst the EU countries, Germany ranks first with over 4,5 million persons, during the first three quarters of 2015. The racking is continued by France, Spain and Poland where over 3 million people had working contracts for a specific period of time.
An increasing interest for the temporarily working industry could be observed in the United States, where almost half of the employers are planning to adopt this method of attaining the needed staff in 2016, according to the dates provided by CareerBuilder.
Personal leasing, as this method of attracting working force is named, could also test the abilities of new employees and their compatibility with the company as well. In the same time it could be an ideal way to fill in with the needed work force for specific projects, when permanent employees cannot deal any more with the high level of work. Personal leasing could help in achieving the best outcomes in cases of jobs with a monotonous rhythm or stressful ones and that determines employees at some point in time to resign to their permanent contracts.
Many of the European young people are getting interested in the opportunities offered by temporary working. For them it could be an important step throughout the transition process from the theoretical knowledge gained during the university studies to the entrance into the labour market.
Therefore, temporary contracts may represent for them a way of gaining the required experience in order to develop their future career. In tha same time, this type of contract is offering them the possibility to realize how good they match with the job they wish to have without knowing too many details about its responsibilities,