Everybody loves trends. That’s because everybody likes to know what’s happening. (Or they like to think that they know, at the very least.) Recruiters are no exception. And there is one trend of which they should absolutely be aware: More…Read More »
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If you’re a recruiter who offers contract staffing services to your clients, you might have questions about a worker’s classification. In contract staffing, clients hire your workers through you, and you or another agency handle wages to the workers. You…Read More »
When you are a recruiter who offers contract staffing services, you are responsible for determining the worker’s status (employee or independent contractor). Sometimes, recruiters misclassify someone working as a contract employee as an independent contractor and do not withhold taxes…Read More »
When you work in contract staffing, you place workers with your clients’ businesses constantly. Sometimes, your clients are in a different locality than the contract workers. To accommodate the employees, you might provide a per diem employment agreement. What is…Read More »
As a recruiter, you’re always looking for new ways to work with clients and make placements. Contract-to-hire agreements allow you to make two placements for one job order. With contract-to-hire conversions, you reap twice the rewards from the same opportunity….Read More »