A RECRUITMENT agency has rewarded its staff in a typically English way.
Gap Personnel put the kettle on for temps at warehousing company TDG Logistics in Hooton and made them a cup of tea to mark National Temporary Workers Week.
Sarah Helms, Gap’s industrial manager, said: “Tea for Temps is a simple way of thanking our TDG Logistics staff for the valuable contribution they make to their workplace and the UK economy as a whole.
“We have been supplying TDG Logistics in both Hooton and Wrexham with warehouse staff for the last five years and temps play an important role – on average TDG uses around 20 temporary staff a day.”
National Temporary Workers Week is the Recruitment and Employment Confederation’s flagship annual campaign, and celebrates the contribution the UK’s 1.3m temporary workers make to the economy and in keeping business on the move.
It also highlights how working on a temporary or contract basis suits increasing numbers of people in allowing them flexibility to work to suit their busy lifestyles.