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 »
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Learning about what prevents recruiters from making more placements is a key focus of Top Echelon’s 2016-17 State of the Industry Report. And what’s the answer? Well, before we reveal any recruiting trends, let’s set the stage for our second annual…Read More »
You work hard to attract and recruit the brightest talent for your company. It can be difficult to learn that one-third of new hires quit their jobs after just six months, or that the average American worker today stays in…Read More »
As a recruiter, you are an important part of a business’s hiring practices. You have the responsibility of finding strong candidates for your clients. You might also need to give clients tips on best hiring practices for the steps you…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 »
Cold calling effectively as a recruiter is about more than just reciting a recruitment script. That’s especially the case when dealing with top candidates. If you call both an A-level candidate and a C-level candidate with your employment opportunity, which…Read More »