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How staffing agency and recruitment professionals charge their executive staffing and clients upon engaging in a employment and recruiting contract.

Staffing professionals get paid, typically into different ways and these payment methods within the executive search community are referred to as contingency recruiting contracts and payments and retained search payment and billing.

There is a big difference between the two different styles of recruitment and employment executive search as a retained staffing fee comes with an upfront cost to the hiring party which can range from anywhere of 15% to 30% of the perceived first year salary of the employee that the recruitment company and staffing firm has been asked to head hunt.

The risky thing about recruitment retained executive search contracts is that most contracts still have the hiring party obligated to pay the recruitment and staffing company regardless of whether they end up hiring an employee and regardless of whether that individual ends up being successful within the organization for even the shortest periods of time.

On the other hand, you have contingency recruiting contracts which do not require an upfront fee from the hiring party and sort of works on a recruitment and staffing bidding system for the hiring company will have multiple executive search firms working on the same staffing project and, upon hiring someone the recruitment company job search advice staffing articles sales and marketing recruiter who found that particular employee gets paid.

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