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Joanne Meehl asks about finder's fees> 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?
I have been paid finder's fees of $1500 and $3000 for technical writers,
these were paid after the person passed the probation period.