Understanding Contingency Recruiting Firms

The large volume of vacancies and opportunities advertised by diverse enterprises across all industries defines…

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Tapping a Collection Company for Staffing Agency

Job positions with comparable perks and salaries are increasingly plentiful as the US economy improves.

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2022 Recruiting Trends in the Time of the Pandemic

Everyone in the world has been affected by the worldwide pandemic in terms of work somehow.

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Business Debt Collection 101

People pay for the services and products they subscribe to in an ideal world. So they spent money on artists, laborers, and businesses

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Contingency Search and Retained Search Agreements for Recruiters

Regardless of the type of recruitment service you are providing to clients, it is wise to have a signed agreement in place.

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Why You Do Not Want the “Prevailing Party” Clause in Your Agreements from a Collection Standpoint

Contracts are relevant documentation that sets expectations and lays out agreed-upon terms between the parties involved.

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Reasons for Countersuits and the Additional Safety Net of Adams, Evens & Ross

New staffing and recruiting companies who have never been involved in a lawsuit might find the idea of litigating unnerving.

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The Risks of a Job-Specific Contract

In the staffing and recruiting industry, a written and signed agreement is your safeguard against the uncertainties of the future.

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The Most Dangerous Client Contracts that We have Seen

As a staffing or recruiting professional, you must understand all agreements before you sign them.

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When should a Debt be Turned Over to Collections?

Have you ever encountered a client who refuses to pay even after you have delivered excellent service?

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What Happens if You Owe Invoices and You Can’t Pay?

Running a business is not an easy feat. Without proper planning, adaptability, skilled leadership, and focus, a business exposes itself to high risks.

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What Happens if You Can’t Collect the Debt after 90 Days?

When it comes to collecting fees from your debtors, one thing is certain – time is not your friend.

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