Since the majority of our positions are either already scheduled to become permanent (temp-to-hire) or are only scheduled to last a few months, it's not a common situation. In rare instance where an employee is going to remain a contractor and not become a permanent employee for close to a year or more, a raise is absolutely an option. That would be a discussion you would have with both your recruiter and your management. Thank you for your question!
Answered by NESC Staffing Corp
They don't give a raise.
Answered - Laborer (Current Employee) - Baltimore, MD
Didn't work long enough to know.
Answered - Na (Former Employee) - Garland, TX