A common question we often hear from recruiters is "How do I determine a markup for my contract placement?" Mark-ups are also referred to as multipliers. For those of you who are not familiar with this term, a multiplier is the result of dividing the bill rate by the sum of the pay rate and…Continue
When negotiating a contract candidate’s pay rate, it may feel like you are between a rock and a hard place. After all, both the client and the candidate are your customers. You have to make your client happy if you hope to get future job orders, and a satisfied candidate will likely turn to you for future contract opportunities and may even refer friends looking for contract work.
So where do you start? A common rule of thumb is to divide the annual salary for a comparable direct…Continue
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