Mr. brown has been temping at a biotech for a year and a half now. He is a designer and biotech facilities drawing manager with much experience in these fields. They really like him there, and have been giving him increasingly greater duties and responsibilities, and he has been doing a bang-up job for them. However, they’re doing the typical thing about taking him on permanently: making vague promises about next year, not following through on such promises, etc. Mr. brown says it’s a case of “why buy a cow when milk is so cheap?”
Who knows some good approaches for lighting a fire under management to cause them to actually hire someone without having such an endeavour backfire?