How to Make that Seasonal Job a Permanent One | News
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A holiday job could be the gift that keeps on giving this year. According to WorkSource, 30 percent of employers plan to keep some of their seasonal help this year.
WorkSource's Candace Moody said the best way to ensure you are one of the people who stays on is to ask.
"The people who come up to their managers and say, 'I've really enjoyed working here. I hope I've done a good job and I'd love to be one of the people you call back if you need help in the New Year.' Will go a long way toward getting the opportunity," explained Moody.
Local Best Buy manager Ryan Warshaw said he looks for people who are putting extra effort into helping shoppers and who have a good attitude.
Signing up for extra hours this week when others may be asking for time off can also set you apart, Moody shared.