Hello, I'm wondering if other placement agencies have had this experience? A client (CEO) from a small company contacts me via Linkedin and asks me if I can work on a direct hire position. He asks…Continue
"Some states have enacted laws already that very specifically address this kind of abusive behavior from clients. If he negotiated terms with you and accepted your candidate then you 100% have a right to collect a fee. Hopefully your…"
"Good for you for moving forward with this. Some people will try to get away with anything! I'm not a lawyer, but I'm sure there are cases where this has happened, and been resolved? There has to be precedence, I would…"
"I consulted with an attorney who specializes in contracts and business litigation. She said that I have sufficient evidence to potentially win a court case. The terms were all worked out via email whether a contract was signed or…"
"You've been screwed. Never, ever, ever send anyone until you have a signed agreement on your desk.
What about something like this in your agreement from now on? ------
Your signature on this agreement, or accepting any…"
There has been no response from him at all. His office is a far drive to another city. I have had contact with the candidate so I know he is still working there. I hope that a letter from a lawyer will get a payment from…"
"That sucks. Has there just been no response from him at all, can you go to his office? Are you in contact with the candidate(s)? I would contact a firm that handles contract disputes and see if they could write a letter to the hiring company.…"
Hello, I'm wondering if other placement agencies have had this experience? A client (CEO) from a small company contacts me via Linkedin and asks me if I can work on a direct hire position. He asks me about fees, terms and conditions. After I email him back with all this information, I send him a contract to sign. He sends me the job order, we have a few phone calls about the position, and I start working on the opportunity. I ask him 3 times via phone and email to return the contract but he…See More
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