I’ve recently encountered a situation with a new client. A candidate I placed there has resigned a week after the guarantee period (which was 6 months). They are now requesting either a free replacement or a credit. Technically, they’re not entitled either as the guarantee expired a week before. Any advice as to how to handle this would be greatly appreciated!
I've been a headhunter for several years in the accounting and finance industry. I've recently decided to branch out into headhunting for large recruitment firms. However, I'm not sure how I would invoice for a commissioned employee with no base salary.For those of you who recruit for commissioned employees, do you agree on a flat fee?See More
"Most offers are conditional upon successful comletion of background check and drug testing. If he wants the job and knows that his reference with his current emloyer will be acceptable tell him to accept it. If he seems hesitant ,point blank ask him…"
Can anyone give me advice on this one. I have a fantastic candidate who is absolutely perfect for a particular position. The client thinks this as well. I've proceeded with references and have given them two excellent references from the candidate's previous employer. My clients wants to do a reference with his current employer and have presented him with a conditional offer.I know this is standard practice with some companies and have explained that to the candidate. Of course he is beyond…See More
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