A Recruitment Agreement is an agreement between the Recruiter and the “Client” company to identify and present qualified candidates to work with the Client. In exchange, the Client pays the Recruiter a fee for the service.
When business owners are too busy to hire the qualified employees they need themselves, that’s where Recruiters come into play.
A Recruiter can be a huge help when everything goes perfectly and they find the perfect candidate for you.
However there are a lot of ways that a Recruiter can hurt your business if you aren’t careful.
A shady recruiter or client can cost you a lot of time and money.
One of the best ways to protect yourself is by having a solid Recruitment Agreement in place before starting the service.
As a contract lawyer, I’ve drafted and reviewed hundreds of contracts including Recruitment Agreements, and I can definitely help you get yours drafted or reviewed.
It may be March, but that doesn’t mean you’re too late to implement some essential tax tips this year. Perhaps we procrastinators are in even more desperate need for quality tax advice.
Whether you’re delayed on filing or interested in improving your odds at a bigger return next year, we may be able to help. Read through our top 8 tips and be sure to pocket anything you didn’t already know—your bank account may thank you.
1. Maximize Retirement Contributions
One of the savvier tax tips is to make sure you’re contributing as much as possible to your retirement account—this amount can be claimed on your tax return. You risk leaving money on the table otherwise.
Even if your employer or corporation doesn’t offer an incentive matching program, that money is tax-deferred and grows tax free.
2. Adjust Your Withholding
As you think about work and your retirement account, consider adjusting your withholding amount on your Form W-4.
If you need a larger return, having more money withheld from your paycheck each month might be a small change you hardly notice,
The first thing you should do as a professional cleaner is decide your niche. Knowing what kind of cleaning you’ll specialize in will help you figure out the rest of your business model including what services you’ll offer and who you’ll pitch for contracts.
If you’re thinking of creating a partnership for your law firm, you’re on the right page…
A Law Firm Partnership Agreement is a partnership agreement that defines your roles and responsibilites when you’re entering a partnership to start a law firm.
Running a law firm with other like-minded partners sounds like bliss…
The problem is that during times of crisis your law firm partnership agreement will become the contract that will protect you during those times.
Disputes with law firm partnership agreements can lead to disagreements, conflict, and chaos.
If you’re looking to get your Law Firm Partnership Agreement drafted or reviewed, send me an email at email@example.com
On this page, I talk about what should be included in your Law Firm Partnership Agreement and why you should hire a independent contract lawyer, like me, to draft your law firm partnership agreement for you.
So, let’s get started…
If you prefer for an experienced contract lawyer to draft or review your Law Firm Partnership Agreement, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org