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 »
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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 »
Human resources departments see issues in the workplace on a regular basis. These issues can lead to poor employee retention rates, loss in profit and productivity, and potential legal problems. As a recruiter, you can help solve some of these…Read More »
If you are a recruiter who offers contract staffing services to your clients, you need to know whether contract employees get paid overtime or not. Overtime wage lawsuits take place left and right because of improper employee classification and misunderstanding…Read More »
Negotiating contractor pay rates can be one of the most daunting parts of placing a contract candidate when you are first getting started. It’s also one of the most important. The contractor pay rate is vital for determining how to…Read More »