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- by Mona77 Feb 12, '12Hi everyone,
I have received two written job offers.
The first is a permanent full-time and the second a relief full-time
What confuses me is that I always thought that a relief position is
terminated to the return of the incumbent.
But this relief job offer isn`t terminated?
What do you think, is this maybe a mistake or does relief not automatically
mean to be a terminated position?
Thank you very much for your help!
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- Feb 12, '12 by itsmejuliDid you ask the manager who sent you the job offer?
- Feb 12, '12 by loriangel14You need to ask the employer for clarification.
- Feb 12, '12 by Mona77Yes, I have sent an e-mail asking for clarification, but havn`t
received an answer until now.
Two days left to decide which job to take and the relief
full time job offer is the more interesting and challenging
I would have called the nursing manager, but she was
available at the office only late in the afternoon and I am
currently in Germany 9 hours forward.
- Oct 3, '12 by iheartcanucks2012Hi Mona77,
How are you?
I have the same question about relief full time. So how does it work? Is the position terminated upon the return of the incumbent? And what about the benefits? Do you have a full time benefit?
Hope to hear from you soon.
- Oct 4, '12 by Mona77Hi iheartcanucks2012,
I chose the relief full time position and the position was terminated to the return of
the incumbent - but in my case the incumbent was on maternity leave moving down South
to Vancouver (I am in the Northwest of BC).
But even before she resigned another 2 permanent positions opened, so after 3 months I was successful in applying for a permanent full time position.
It worked out for me - wish you the best!