Tag Archives: Employment Agencies

Getting an agent

A few recent calls from members about what to expect when getting an agent to represent them. In the course of researching this I found this from Backstage which applies to actors, but it was useful nonetheless.

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Employment Agency or Employment Business?

A useful explainer from Net Lawman: An employment agency is one that provides staff who is then employed by the client employer. An employment business on the other hand, provides staffs who do not become employed by the hirer but … Continue reading

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Understanding complex intermediary arrangements.

A question: How many ‘contingent’ workers who are employed through a complex set of intermediaries understand the arrangements that they are working through?   Just to help myself understand this, and to kick start a conversation about it a while … Continue reading

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