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temp tat

informal A shortening of "temporary tattoo." We all got temp tats down at the mall. My mom freaked out when she saw the picture on my ankle until I showed her that it was just a temp tat.
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n. a temporary tattoo. (Viewed as wimpy by those bearing real ink.) My father nearly croaked until I convinced him they were temp-tats.
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As of March, Google's payroll had roughly 121,000 temps and contractors (TVCs) around the world, compared with 102,000 full-time employees, according to an internal document accessed by the media outlet.
Temps do almost every important job in NPR's newsroom: they pitch ideas, assign stories, edit them, report and produce them.
Next on my list is providing the agency with an approximate schedule of what the temp worker should be expecting.
But the largely unchallenged success of the temp industry could not last forever.
"At the moment one of the growing number of temps in Poland or Spain is treated far better than one of the falling number of temps in the UK.
The research also found that 80 per cent of temps were happy with their jobs, citing increased flexibility and the chance to gain more experience as the main reasons for their job satisfaction.
The first is slightly removed from my usual focus, but it is relevant to the total dynamic between the temp and the company.
The temp labor sector is the fastest rising portion of labor, from white-collar office workers, to the folks who serve beer at baseball games, to construction workers and dean up crews.
The IWN Women's Policy Research Center is currently examining the enforcement of new legislation designed to end the practice of employing temp workers for an unlimited time period, and suggests other methods for securing the rights of temp employees.
How temp agencies use welfare-to-work laws to rack up big profits.
For veteran Silicon Valley temp workers like Julian Cornejo, the stark disparities drive home the point that temps-long underpaid, underemployed and "disposable"-must band together to improve conditions and restrict the ability of employers to exploit their labor.
Financial temps can earn between $200 and $1,500 a day, depending on local business conditions and the temp's skills.
DO identify one person who can assist the temp, as and when required and make sure that they are comfortable with this responsibility.
"Just as the exchange floor provides a fluid, efficient forum for clearing the market for stocks, gold and pork bellies, the temp industry is becoming a clearinghouse for buyers and sellers of skills," the business magazine Fortune commented in an article last year.