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The only thing i can say as far as mark ups is that is between you and your client generally they will have an idea of rate, and its our job to find the best available person to fit with in their budget, while still making it profitable.
i work in the tech recruiting area as well, to answer your benefits question i do offer full medical and dental benefits to every consultant wanting to work on our w2. in the end it is much more cost effective for the consultant to get their benefits through us rather than going independantly.
1099s and corps are a necessary evil but my general thoughts is that is better to be marketing people that are willing to be your employees rather than simply marking up someone elses.
Good recruiters in this market should have between 30-40 people on billing unless it helpdesk then double that number. to be considered competent at least in my experience.
I know its not a ton of info but hope it was helpful.
an all-time high of approximately 5 million Americans.
It didn't dawn on me that I know several former 'Contract Recruiters' (who were 1099'ing through contracting firms) who are actually ineligible to collect unemployment benefits and are in serious financial trouble. I hate to say this, but a good friend of mine (formerly a Contract Recruiter at one of the Big-4), can't find a new contract and is now facing foreclosure. In the State of GA, you can currently only collect around $330 a week in unemployment benefits, but for many, that might help keep their roof over their heads.
I also have to say that coming from the Big-4 as a Contract Recruiter used to be a 'halo' - even if you weren't that great, having the Big-4 brand on your resume was enough to get you hired.
Anyway, thanks for bringing the unemployment angle to light. I really hadn't considered this and it puts things in better perspective for me.
KarenM / Hirecentrix.com said: Please Everyone, there are too many of us Not receiving Unemployment benefits today! I know of recruiters who have Lost Homes, due to not having any money from unemployment or SSI because they were misclassified. This is a Pervasive problem in our industry, and one that has me completely horrified that we In the HUMAN Resource field have continued to perpetuate, especially through ignorance.
son WHY your visitors should value about your services STARING at you in the face like a blazing neon sun that just rose out of Las Vegas?
One of the blessings the other niche in which I'm active, IM/blogging, gives to me is that such brazenly, well, obvious questions get thrown in my face. Constantly. With lots of pain, I might add too. But hey, it's character-building.
And I'm sorry to say, I didn't answer that effectively whatsoever in a number of my sites. Eeek! Flattened me dramatically, I might add, because it hammered the following straight into my neurons.
Quite frankly, the Internet is NOT about you, NOR is it about your services.
It's about the PERCEPTIONS your visitors get as to how YOU will benefit THEM.
You can have lousy services but if you make them read like latest Dan Brown novel, you'll have more clients than you know what to do with ('course, you'll also have huge agonies when they realize your services were, hmmmm, lousy).
And you can have magnificent benefits to your clients and candidates but if they're as exciting to witness as diagramming sentences in 11th grade Literature class...they'll skip off from your site and onto LousyRecruiterWhoLiesLikeADream's site.
So. Let me now return to your recruiter website.
Are the unique benefits you and only YOU offer apparent to all visitors?
Do you have pages that include
Why Retain Us
Happy Customer Testimonials
What You Will Get
How We Will Benefit You
that take the visitor by the hand and SHOW them how tremendous an opportunity they'll have if they're wise enough to retain your services?
I sure didn't! And that's my action item this week; making the benefits of my services so blindingly obvious, only naysayers and fossilized clams could deny they exist.
What about you?