Video: Determine the Rates for a Contract Placement

Recruiters are often overwhelmed by the prospect of determining the rates for a contract placement. As a result, they avoid adding contract staffing to their business model. That is a mistake!

Fortunately, it is an avoidable mistake. Calculating rates for a contract placement is not that difficult. There’s just a bit of training involved. With that in mind, we have a FREE webinar video that breaks down the process for you.

Once you know how the process works, you won’t feel overwhelmed again. Then, after a while, it will seem second nature to you.

The webinar video in question is “How to Determine the Rates for a Contract Placement.”

Three (3) critical rates

The #1 question that Debbie Fledderjohann has been asked during her 25 years at Top Echelon is, “How do I figure out the rates for my contract placement?” (And ultimately how much will I (the recruiter) earn per hour)?

During this FREE webinar video, Top Echelon Contracting President Debbie Fledderjohann will discuss the three (3) critical rates that are the starting point for every contract placement:

  1. The hourly rate to the candidate
  2. The hourly bill rate to the client company
  3. The hourly recruiter income

Watch as Debbie goes over these three starting points and see how adding contract staffing services to your business model can be extremely easy and profitable.

If you have additional questions, we encourage you to contact us. You can reach us by telephone at 888.627.3678. Stop leaving money on the table! Ask your clients for contract job orders, fill them, and make more money.

Watch this FREE training video!

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Remember: Top Echelon also offers FREE training sessions as part of our “Recruiter Coaching Series” of webinars. We offer these webinars on the second Tuesday of every month.

In addition, Top Echelon offers an extensive library of recruiter training videos. We invite you to browse through these videos, which are presented by some of the leading trainers in the recruiting profession.

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