Heres my situation: i have a temp job for 3.5 months (my contract is 6 months). My boss gives me a lot a training and also the other managers from other department give me tasks to do. This place i am working for is a very big company and this location really need good people. Several times my boss said she will
Heres my situation: i have a temp job for 3.5 months (my contract is 6 months). My boss gives me a lot a training and also the other managers from other department give me tasks to do. This place i am working for is a very big company and this location really need good people. Several times my boss said she will hire me. She thought my contract is only 3 months, but i told her that my agent emailed me and saying the contract is 6 months. Then a period of time has past, she may have negotiated with my temp agency so that she can hire me earlier (which she also show me a email from the agency saying that) in early Jan. Its almost early Jan, and i havent heard my boss saying anything about that since (no mention of benefits/salary negotiation and etc). I believe that my performance havent dropped (and actually the other department manager is asking me to do more work because they really need people). My question is: is my boss still going to hire me, and if so, how much raise will i be expecting?
We can't read your boss's mind. You're going to have to have a chat with them and let them know if you're interested in a permanent position. Most companies don't offer raises when they decide to hire temps. Usually they give out raises when you get an annual performance review, if you've done well then they should give you a raise that they think is fair.
Your boss is probably, most definitely going to hire you. How much raise should you be expecting? I know that you are interested in a raise. I would be terrified in asking for a raise. What I have usually done in the past is show that I deserve a raise. Then they give me a raise. If your method is to just "ask for a raise" then go ahead and do it. It would be the LAST thing I would do. Follow your instincts!!!
I will be outside, hiding under a car.
No, a perm job will include benefits and stability the temp role does not, although if you go via an agency there will be cream off by them. So it depends on how much you see of the fee the company pay for your services as to whether you end up better off. But the company is likely to be seeking to reduce costs by taking you perm
We have no idea what an unknown boss will do ay a company you have not named. Ask her. The raise you get, if any, depends on what salary you negotiate when/if they offer you a permanent job.