Temp of the Month – May 2023

May Temp of the Month

Ryan is our Temp of the Month!

 

May’s award goes to Ryan.

I was super happy to receive Ryan’s nomination for Temp of the Month. Ryan registered with us a few months ago and I was happy to match him with this placement within a few weeks. Ryan is super nice and polite, always on time, and very responsible. He has a great work ethic and is fantastic at communicating with me, which makes my job so much easier!

Ryan’s manager was quick to nominate him for our Temp of the Month, praising him for his motivation and team work.

“Ryan is always on time and ready to start work with a smile on his face. He has progressed really quickly with learning all the standard operating procedures and stacking processes related to his roll. Ryan also gets on well with others members of staff and does as he’s asked without complaint.”

Congratulations Ryan on your win and thank you for all your excellent work.

 

Could you be the next Temp of the Month?

We are extremely proud of our temporary workers, all of whom we expect to be hardworking and reliable. Each month we invite our clients and staff in the office to nominate any temp who has gone above and beyond or exceeded their expectations in some way. Out of these, we choose one winner, giving them £20 worth of vouchers to recognise their contribution and say thank you!

We publish our winners in the office, on social media and here.

Click on ‘Temp of the Month’ in the blogs to see more.

If you’ve never temped before, you can learn more in Anna’s blog 10 things I love about temping – Octopus Personnel

 

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Anna Wiklinska

About the author

I’m on hand for our industrial and hospitality recruitment here at Octopus – think warehousing, production, construction, kitchen and technical type jobs. I also run our seasonal event work – this is a great option for those wanting to earn some extra money without commitment.

I really enjoy meeting our job hunters and helping them to find work. It’s been lovely to talk to local people and find out what matters to them.