"Good luck Mike. In 40 years of business I have seen many of mine leave to do their own gig.The majority of them failed even though they produced at my firm. Even if they are successful they don't bill as much. Once YOU are doing EVERYTHING that…"
"If they were a member of any association/coalition I would report them to all the members and I would sue them if they didn't pay it. I had that happen one time from another firm many years ago. I reported them but didn't sue them and I…"
"Jerry- If they got one from a posting (that we paid for and our research team wrote the add and posted it) How much time have they really spent. If they place that candidate they get all of the comm or split just for having a conversation.(Company…"
"It is something we wrestle with constantly. Our policy is that it is theirs for life. If you live by the "but for" rule, if it wasn't for the original recruiter bringing them in and getting them in the database NO ONE would even be…"
"You pay as to what the agreement/contract states. All knew what the game rules were when they signed up. You don't change the rules in the middle of the game. By all means make sure it complies with State law. We did.
"All of our recruiters sign an agreement when they come to work. Basically they are not paid on any pending ones that are placed after they leave. If money is already collected before they leave then we pay after the guarantee period is over. Too…"
"I am with Sandra on this. We don't mine resume database. When we connect with one of those you are the 10th one. Too much competition and if someone else has a good job, they could turn yours down. We do get response to some of our postings."
"We have been in business for 40 years and have tried everything. We know where and how we got every candidate and job order. 40% of our placements last year were from Job boards. But we can't fill some of our "hot" jobs/industry with…"
"Honestly I got into it for the potential $ after coming out of retail and not making squat. But I stayed for 44 yrs now because of the positive impact I can have on peoples lives. Also helping a client grow their company and solving a problem for…"
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