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:-) Agree with you TS, it doesn’t sound well... its just a spur of thoughts You have any other comparison in mind :) cheers
From India, New Delhi
I never support nor practice bribe.
Its just what I am giving giving my advice to give offer and recover the money. Most HR they give hint to the vendor indirectly to pay the HR certain commission.
Vendor is getting commission for the closure. They know most of the vendors will never go for legal actions.
They just simply herrass the vendor by stopping the payment. Most of the recruiter do not know about the reality that 80 to 90% managers they take money some way. Some say on face and some just give hints.
If the company does not have finance they can issue Post dated cheques also, but they do not do so as its a part of Vendor management.
If your money is stuck will you not like to recover it as early as possible.
If by this approach she recovers her money its totally a business.

From India, Mumbai
As a start up company you would have to bear with the situations like this especially at the beginning. You should not see that revenue as a life and death need. Keep following up with the client once in a while, and continue to support the client. you would have to wait until you get a clue on why is he deferring the payment. There should be a reason why you are finding the client as a very good one and your organization has a good relationship with the client. Should not get desperate for the payment. It often happens that delays are due to some constraints on the client side. if you could help resolve, it might open doors for more business. be optimistic and continue your support. Understand the Business dynamics better. Good luck.

From United States, Ogden
Dear Manasi,
Though u have the legal contract paper, so ask for a mail reply from the concern person. with this two thing u mail /contact the HR head and tell them the issue, I believe your client will release the payment on completion of three months of your candidate in the clients office.
or for more details u can contact me at
Manaswita Rudra
Manager HR

From India, Shiliguri
Dear Manasi,
Here are some steps that could help you avoid similar problems:
1. Do some back ground validation of each potential client through your personal network, contacts, etc.
2. Speak to other vendors or ex-employees on the organization as a whole, lots of info out there that could help you.
3. Being assertive and not bending over backwards for every request from client manager would help you in the long run
4. Be clear on what services your firm can comfortably offer (based on an objective assessment of your own strengths). Do not take on additional work if you do not have the resources to deliver.
5. Make it a point to visit your client atleast 2 times in a year, even the outstation ones, this helps build trust and credibility and also puts a face to the voice on the phone. :-)
6. Lastly see if you can partner with others to basically represent your firm and followup if required.
I hope the above help.

From India, Mumbai
Dear Manasi,
This delay in payment can be for two reasons-
Firstly, if the company thinks that the person supplied by your firm may not stay for 3-6 months and you being new in business may not replace them free of cost ( according to the clauses in the agreement). They will have faith in you after a few dealings. But this can be explained to them.
The professional behaviour is expected from both ends.
Secondly, if they are facing some payment crisis, you can accept payment in parts.
As suggested by our Super Moderator, one can be assertive but should never be aggressive to the extent of using abusive language in any communication with a client.
Prithvi Pal Singh

From India, Mumbai
Legal Option is the Last One...
Take the Person thru Whom u are dealing into confidence, speak with him in detail... tell him since you are new would require funds and this is very important for making day to day operations.
Also inform him paying the bills in stipulated time helps in Good Corporate Goverence and also the Relations...
Murali Prasad

From India, Ahmadabad
One of the most commonly faced problems, companies use the service and end up not paying, this is such a shameful situation, and this situation is alike with big and small companies.
I do agree , no matter how bad the response is, maintaining a professional image will always serve good in the long run.
I was wondering is there a common place where one can black list the companies, is there a website that maintains the black listed companies , it could be for various reason. If any one of you is aware of a website or forum where we could blacklist the defaulting companies, please let me know.

From India, Bangalore
Dear Manasi,
being start up- it is good that you are learing this early, but unless you are tough for advance and part release the things are likely to happen this way.
as your client is out of station, please go and meet him up by monday (they would be available )not on week ends and just hint him that non payment is taken seriously and being considered for legal action , even if the same thing goes on you do not have alternative but to give notice to client, you can always patch up before filing the case.
pandu ranga

From India, Hyderabad
I do not know whom u r contacting. get in touch with the top man (owner) and express ur concern. try this, this should work.
From India, Hyderabad

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