Thank you for your contribution to my success! Your articles regarding fee schedules are ones I wish I had read many years ago.
I have a question concerning engaging recruiters. I am interested in increasing my recruiter support. I am interested in individuals who are experienced who would like to represent my company as agents or representatives, but be compensated as 1099 associates or as employees who are 100% commission. I envision them being able to use the company resources, i.e. database, business cards, email, researcher, etc without signature authority on new clients. Some would having the flexibility to work when they want to work, in some instances part-time, others more along the traditional recruiter model of what the job takes. They will enter client and contact information into our CRM system for new clients as well as when contacting contacts in our database.
Which is the appropriate employee designation? And is there an agreement that protects my company, which includes a non-solicitation clause that would protect my company’s interests in the event an individual would choose to start or decide to return to his/her own independent business?