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F.A.Q.

Temporary work raises many questions – many people have doubts about this form of employment, fearing the lack of vacation or other employee benefits. We answer the most frequently asked questions to clarify various issues and help you make the right decision.

Temporary work is a form of employment for a specified period – from one day to even several months. The term of employment is always formally specified in the contract, so the Employee knows how long they will be employed.

A temporary employee is hired on a fixed-term employment contract – therefore, this period is counted towards the length of service, and thus considered when calculating the pension amount.

A temporary employee earns 2 days of vacation leave for each month worked with a single employer. In a given calendar year, depending on the length of service, everyone is entitled to 20 or 26 days of paid vacation leave.
It may happen that a new employee does not feel comfortable in their role or the employer is not satisfied with the tasks performed. Both parties can terminate a fixed-term employment contract, with a notice period of 3 days for a contract lasting up to 2 weeks or 1 week for a contract longer than 2 weeks.
The number of job offers in our database depends on the local job market situation. Factors such as the season (during certain periods, more companies seek temporary workers) and the employee’s qualifications, experience, and availability play a significant role. Therefore, the waiting time for a job can vary.
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