Gabriel Bachove
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  • Lake Mary, FL
  • United States
  • HTS
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Gabriel Bachove commented on Greg Savage's blog post '13 things that really annoy people on LinkedIn'
"Thank you for the tips.  Very helpful!  I am so happy that I follow the rules.  I do need to be more aware of my requests and how I position them, so thanks again!"
Oct 10, 2012
Gabriel Bachove commented on George Easton's group 'Recruiters Looking For Splits'
"HTS has over 50 clinical, healthcare jobs available for placement.  Looking to do a 50/50 split on all placements or partner with another staffing agency.  We mainly staff: NP/PA, Physicians, Dentists, Director/Manager of clinical…"
Sep 24, 2012
Gabriel Bachove commented on George Easton's group 'Recruiters Looking For Splits'
"Split: Hospitalist- NIGHT SHIFT. Central Florida. 3 hospitals. 7days on/7 off!!!!!  Must have the energy to handle position! Up to date licensing. $85K. Full benefits! Gabriel@healthcaretalentstaffing.com"
Aug 15, 2012
Gabriel Bachove commented on George Easton's group 'Recruiters Looking For Splits'
"ARNP/PA-around the Sebring, FL. area.  Experience needed.  Oncology experience preferred.  EMR exper. Full benefits. Negotiable salary (~$85K), 1 on call/month. 40+ hours/week. Gabriel@healthcaretalentstaffing.com"
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Gabriel Bachove commented on George Easton's group 'Recruiters Looking For Splits'
"Split: Physician looking to open/relocate their practice. 3 locations: Oviedo, Lake Mary, Clermont.  Offices in great locations, 4-6 exam rooms, reception area w/furniture, enough room for 2 Physicians to partner w/my client for 4-6 hours of…"
Aug 15, 2012
Gabriel Bachove commented on George Easton's group 'Recruiters Looking For Splits'
"Split: General/Vascular surgeon. Central Florida, near Tampa. Time spent between office, surgery center and hospital. Profit, buy in option after 18 months, full benefits, relocation package, negotiable salary. Gabriel@healthcaretalentstaffing.com"
Aug 15, 2012
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Gabriel Bachove commented on Bert Shimabukuro's blog post '10 Tips on Getting a Contract with an HR Gatekeeper'
"Appreciate the tips.  My company is a bit newer and at times I do have some problems getting past the gatekeeper, but I am VERY Persistent, which has grown my job board to over 80 jobs in 7 months.  Now I just have to find the…"
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Aug 9, 2012
Pamela Witzig commented on Gabriel Bachove's blog post 'Do you still pay a recruiter their commission if they leave the company?'
"I know I'm weighing in late. It seems not paying commissions may result in paying it out - or more - in legal fees and/or bad "press." Just consider it tuition as a learning experience to use to refine contracts, adjust benefits,…"
Aug 8, 2012
Steve N Odell commented on Gabriel Bachove's blog post 'Do you still pay a recruiter their commission if they leave the company?'
"Always, always have an agreement in place with ALL recruiters that work for you. We pay 15% ( when comm % is 35 -40%)on everything collected within 30 days of termination (only on closed business) and after the guarantee period is over. If they were…"
Aug 6, 2012
Sandra McCartt commented on Gabriel Bachove's blog post 'Do you still pay a recruiter their commission if they leave the company?'
"Gabriel, i have given away so many pieces of my mind that there is some question as to how much of it is really left.  I have been on both side also and one of the things i knew when i left my first recruiting job to open my own firm was that…"
Aug 6, 2012
Gabriel Bachove commented on Gabriel Bachove's blog post 'Do you still pay a recruiter their commission if they leave the company?'
"Sandra-I always see you state your mind...thank you!  I have been on both sides of the job force, employee and employer, so I do understand both views, sometimes I need the advice from people in my industry.  Thank you everyone for chiming…"
Aug 6, 2012
Amy Ala commented on Gabriel Bachove's blog post 'Do you still pay a recruiter their commission if they leave the company?'
"lol @Sandra so true!!!!"
Aug 6, 2012

Profile Information

Name
Gabriel
Job Title
President
Company
HTS
Which best describes your profession?
Agency Recruiting
How many years have you been in the business?
< 1 year
Which industries do you work in now?
Healthcare
How many employees in your company?
<10
Website
http://www.healthcaretalentstaffing.com
Facebook Profile
http://www.facebook.com/HealthcareTalentStaffing

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Do you still pay a recruiter their commission if they leave the company?

Posted on August 3, 2012 at 9:05am 33 Comments

I recently had an employee leave my company and he is still due half his commission check for a placement.  What is the industry standard on paying out the remaining commission if an employee leaves?  PLEASE ADVISE!

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At 9:46am on August 3, 2012, Rebecca B. Sargeant said…

Gabriel ~

 

I would pay the commission if they did the work. 

You really need to look at your long term reputation in the Recruiting / Staffing industry. Reputations are built on how other perceive and interrupt your actions. Reputations are not on facts or the long nasty story of he said she said.  If you get a reputation of "stealing commission" good luck get top talent to work in your shop.  Plus, no matter how you present it to your current staff they will always be leery so that if and when they leave it will never be a smooth transition for you or them.

 

Couple of facts:

  • Every change to your business whether it hiring or firing someone it effects your GM’s by a minimum 10%
  • Depending on how you handle it that 10% can be a negative or positive.
  • It cost an agency on average 75k (45k base + 10K in training + 10K on boarding + 10K interviewing time) to hire a recruiter.
  • The first year a recruiter is in your shop you might break even.
  • The second and third year they should be making you money.

 

The long and the short ~ take the high road and pay them. 

We have ALL been there and trust me when I say, Your ego will recover :-)

 

 
 
 

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