RE: Finder's fee

Subject: RE: Finder's fee
From: "Kieffer, Barry" <Barry_Kieffer -at- adc -dot- com>
To: TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 7 Jun 2000 11:37:14 -0700

Where I work we are currently looking for a senior technical writer and a
tech pubs manager. The finders fee is $2,000 for the technical writer paid
to the employee. I do not know what the finders fee is for the tech pubs
manager, but it has to be more.

The last company I worked for did the same thing, so I think it is pretty
common.

The new employee has to "work out" before you get the cash. I think it is
kinda like rebates, you have to be proactive to get your money.

HTH!

Barry Kieffer
Company name left off so Eric does not blast me thinking I was advertising
(I am not).



Joanne writes: <snip>
I'm curious: Is such a thing commonplace when recruiting technical writers?
And if so, how much was the "fee", and was it paid to you once the new
employee was there a certain amount of time?
Thanks,
Joanne </snip>




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