Why Recruiters Deserve to be Paid

posted on Monday, 23 September 2019

There really are people out there who believe recruiters don’t deserve their fees! Anyone following what we do at introPROTECT will know that’s certainly not how we feel! In this quick blog post we tackle some common misconceptions about recruiters and the recruitment industry and why (like anyone) if they’ve done their job, they deserve to be paid...

Act As If...You Might Just Get Paid!

posted on Thursday, 02 May 2019

Here at introPROTECT we usually recommend an assumptive approach to the initial recruiter request for payment (from a client suspected of a backdoor hire). Keep reading to find out why the "acting as if you will get paid" approach is the best starting point to fee recovery.

5 Top Client Excuses to Avoid Fees and How to Handle Them

posted on Wednesday, 01 May 2019

If you are a recruiter and suspect you may have fallen foul to a backdoor hire, don't always go in all guns blazing on a client and candidate. Read our advice here about how to handle client excuses...

3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Ghost Your Candidates

posted on Thursday, 07 March 2019

Do you ever lazily decide not to get back to an unsuccessful candidate or "ghost" them? In this blog we explain why you shouldn't do that...

Are your terms of business failing you?

posted on Wednesday, 30 January 2019

Some recruiters might be aware their terms of business are a little shabby, but not know where to start on improving them. Therefore, in a series of blogs to help recruiters PREVENT, DETECT and RECOVER disputed fees our first piece is all about PREVENTION: focusing on your terms of business.

Workplace Stress in Recruitment

posted on Wednesday, 23 January 2019

Recruitment can be a fun, rewarding job, with generous pay (which hopefully outweighs the pressures), but clearly it also comes with many stresses, here we take a look at how to combat some of them.

Are your terms of business failing you - deleted

posted on Wednesday, 16 January 2019

Are you confident your terms of business cover back door hires and fee disputes? We suspect that many recruiters will agree their terms of business need attention, which is why are turning our attention to the first point of back door hire prevention.