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How to create a Recruitment Agency Terms of Business Agreement

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A Recruitment Agency Terms of Business is an agreement which allows an Agent to introduce candidates to a Client in exchange for a fee if the Client engages them. This tutorial shows how you can customise your own recruitment agency terms of business with Legislate.

The first step is to answer questions about the terms of your recruitment agency agreement. For example, how many candidates must the agent provide to the client for the vacancy? Will the agent be paid a fixed fee or a percentage of the candidate’s remuneration? How is the candidate’s remuneration calculated for the purposes of the fee? How much notice does either side need to give to the other to terminate the agreement? Questions have tooltips to explain what they mean or what type of answers are expected.


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Once these questions have been answered, the next step is to add the agent and the client to the agreement. The agent and client can be a company or a person. The client will receive an invitation via email to join Legislate and review the terms of the agreement.


Add the client and agent to the agreement

When the agent and client have been added, a preview of the recruitment agency terms of business contract will display. 


Review the Recruitment Agent Terms of Business Agreement

Once the terms have been reviewed and accepted by the client, both parties can sign. If the client requests changes, these can be made easily on the terms tab.


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