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5 Myths about charging deposits for your recruiting services

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7 COMMENTS
  1. Mike Palumbo Mike Palumbo says:

    I would love to hear about your experiences with obtaining deposits for your recruiting – good or bad? What is holding you back?

    Mike Palumbo

  2. Renee Small says:

    I’ve had no experience doing this yet but would love to start getting deposits.

    1. Mike Palumbo Mike Palumbo says:

      I think you should! Why not? It’s expensive and takes a lot of time to find candidates for clients, why shouldn’t you get paid upfront to do that work? The answer is, you should! And, the big secret is, if you ask you will receive! Keep me posted on your experiences and let me know if you need any help. Good luck to you!

  3. Alain Levy says:

    document controller training needed to get a job or any other training which will match employers requirements or needs

    1. Mike Palumbo Mike Palumbo says:

      What do you mean? I don’t understand the question or comment you are making…

  4. Mark Way says:

    The more and more I think about asking clients for a deposit the more and more I LOVE!!!! the concept.

    Why should we be expected to take ALL the risk and work for FREE until they get the person and even then they want to negotiate on my 12 week rebate scale or even worse
    want to negotiate on my 30 days payment terms so effectively a lot of clients want to have there cake and eat it to

    This has to stop!!!!

    1. Mike Palumbo Mike Palumbo says:

      You’re right Mark! Now start getting deposits for your recruiting!

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