In today’s job market, more companies are turning to temporary staffing firms for the flexibility temp employees offer to mange projects, fill gaps, or cover for full-time employees on leave. With budgets tight in this economy, it makes sense to spend a little time upfront preparing for a ‘project’ or temporary employee, to maximize the productivity you receive for your dollar. Supervising regular employees already poses many challenges, such as motivation, morale, and productivity, to name just a few. Add to that the additional demands of including temporary employees on your team, and the dynamic within your department, as well as your management workload, can shift significantly. The following tips can help you to increase the commitment level from this contingent workforce. Read the full release.