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Keith D. Halperin replied to Mark Spoor's discussion '14 ways to insure you won't get paid for doing a contingency search'
"Clients who insist on Purple squirrels" and will only pay 15%. Clients who try and change the terms after they've agreed to them.   -KEITH"
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14 ways to insure you won't get paid for doing a contingency search

14 ways to insure you won't get paid for doing a contingency searchMake sure your client has given the search to multiple firms so that the process turns into a race to send the most resumes the quickest vs. screening for the best fit.Insure that the client has posted the search on their website as well as multiple job boards before you begin the search.Make sure you do your own posting to insure you get the exact same candidates who are already in your client’s database.Tell everyone you talk…See More
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"If you'd like to come on the Recruiting Animal Show to discuss this post (and your other ideas) let me know - but first read this - AnimalShowBasics.com"
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Chuck McLoughlin replied to Mark Spoor's discussion '12 ways to insure you won't get paid for doing a contingency search'
"Scott, The answer to #10 is to not work with the client.  Recently I had a company that would only do 6 months, our standard is 1 - 2 years.  This is also for mobile developers which are extremely difficult to find.  They…"
Sep 6, 2012
Scott Selby replied to Mark Spoor's discussion '12 ways to insure you won't get paid for doing a contingency search'
"Nice work, Mark.  What is your best approach to countering #10 if the client insists? "
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Ryan Leary liked Mark Spoor's discussion Top 10 ways to insure you won't get paid for doing a contingency search
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Theresa Hunter replied to Mark Spoor's discussion 'Top 10 ways to insure you won't get paid for doing a contingency search'
"Hi Mark......Interesting post.  I would welcome a chance to discuss privately.  Almost everyone of those fits with my industry and I don't want to bore everyone with specifics.  You can reach me at belterv_2001@sbcglobal.net…"
Sep 5, 2012
Chuck Klein replied to Mark Spoor's discussion 'Top 10 ways to insure you won't get paid for doing a contingency search'
"Well done. Mark.  Can I add one?  Agreeing to the contingency payment to be sent only after 90 days of employment."
Sep 5, 2012
Marcus Ronaldi replied to Mark Spoor's discussion 'Top 10 ways to insure you won't get paid for doing a contingency search'
"Working on a stale job is a good way to not get paid."
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Top 10 ways to insure you won't get paid for doing a contingency search

14 ways to insure you won't get paid for doing a contingency searchMake sure your client has given the search to multiple firms so that the process turns into a race to send the most resumes the quickest vs. screening for the best fit.Insure that the client has posted the search on their website as well as multiple job boards before you begin the search.Make sure you do your own posting to insure you get the exact same candidates who are already in your client’s database.Tell everyone you talk…See More
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At 10:46am on October 2, 2009, Ken Forrester said…
Mark, thanks for connecting. Here is my linkedin profile: http://www.linkedin.com/profile?viewProfile=&key=6078094&locale=en_US&trk=tab_pro

Email: ken@awforrester.com

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