Raj Kumar Hansdah
Shrm, Od, Hrd, Pms
Newrecruiter
Consultant

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Hi everyone....how much should i charge from company as a recruitment agency?and plz clarify whether the % amount should be calculated from annual CTC or monthly?
From India, Kolkata
i need the information urgently...plz help me out coz i dont knw the exact chrge and i thnk companies might be paying us less
From India, Kolkata
I thought joining dis site wud b a vry good thng,but unfortunately its a worst site..so called seniors are useless here...can comment on a single thng..so time to logout from ehere forever
From India, Kolkata
Dear Rohan, It depends on the organization. Normally it begins with 8.33%, then 10% then 12% based on the consultant value. Thank you. Regards, Surya D
From India, Madras
Dear friend
You have posted a similar query on another thread.
You have already received good responses on that thread.
https://www.citehr.com/462024-compan...rs-payout.html
Please do not post MULTIPLE THREADS with similar queries in the hope that EACH QUERY would be answered profusely.
I consider your remarks very UNPROFESSIONAL and UNETHICAL.
You can only request politely for answers; can not COMPEL or BAD-MOUTH others for not responding.
REMEMBER; that a QUERY has to be complete and the person must furnish necessary information; and members must find it attractive enough to come out with opinion and answers.
Hope you will go through the language of your post again.

From India, Delhi
Anonymous
Hi,
Usually recruiting agency charges 8.33% of the annual CTC offered by the company to the candidates. However some recruiting agencies classifies it as per the level of the positions. for example up to middle level they charge 8.33% and for senior management positions 8 -10%. It totally depends on your negotiation with your company at the time of contract agreement.

From India, Ernakulam
Dear Rohan,

You posted a query on 01st June 2013 at 17:50 hours and expect an instant response on the same day at 18:19 hours (29 minutes after you post your query). You grow impatient at 23:34 hours (5 hours and 44 minutes) and start showering compliments on the website and its users.

Despite this the first professional has responded to you on 02nd June 2013 at 10:02 hours (16 hours and 12 minutes) from the time you posted your query. I would reckon that the response was quite swift.

Please note that most of the users of this website are working professionals and try to squeeze sometime to respond to queries despite hectic work schedules. We are willing to lend a helping hand. But if you need responses swiftly it is important that you post your query ahead.

Now to respond to your query companies generally pay 8.33% of the CTC but depending on seniority of positions the payout may range between 12 - 15% of the CTC. The payment is normally made after 3 months the new employee joins. In the event the new employee quits within 3 months, new candidates are referred without any additional fee.

Trust the matter is clear. In case you need any further query please feel free to ask.

Regards

M.V.Kannan

From India, Madras
hello
mr kumar and kannanmv
I needed the answer of dis question urgently,becoz i m new in dis business and got a chance to work with very high profile client..in order to check working process b4 going for the discussion with them.hence I've posted the query twice.coz i am new in dis site and looking at the discussion i was trying to figure out what would be the best phrase to catch someone's eye..hence i've posted same query in ddfrnt way..though my intention was not to get dfrtn views for my query..i know every1 here if proffesional and extremely busy.but i dont have the spare time also that i will post query here and will think ppl will not notice that nd will keep answering me..i hope u can understand my intention of asking that query in dfrnt way..
thanks for your answers though..but i would like to knw 1 thing that..what is the payout charges of non-it sector,real estate company?

From India, Kolkata
This query; "thanks for your answers though..but i would like to knw 1 thing that..what is the payout charges of non-it sector,real estate company?"

attribution https://www.citehr.com/462000-give-m...#ixzz2VGjSAc2L

has also been answered in the other thread posted by you.

https://www.citehr.com/462024-compan...rs-payout.html

Please read the responses carefully.

"Normally in traditional sector and companies it is one month's salary; i.e. 8.33 %."



attribution https://www.citehr.com/462024-compan...#ixzz2VGkWmFY6

When you are asking about IT sector; then "traditional sectors and companies" refers to Non-IT sector and includes Real Estate companies too.

Since you are in business; and that of Recruitment Consulting; it is expected that while dealing with others you should be PATIENT; listen and be respectful to others. However, this is just a suggestion and not mandatory; and you are free to act the way wish to. Your behaviour does not matter to me; as I know it is an external manifestation of a person's attitude; belief system and over-all personality traits - on which I have no control; however; others responding to you, may feel offended and hurt.

From India, Delhi
Hi
Thanks for your answer Mr Kumar...I expected a good reply from seniors though.but al i m getting mst of the time is their hard words by which they perhaps wanted to show me that they r superior,however i knw thats not in my hand too as u rightly said "it is an external manifestation of a person's attitude; belief system and over-all personality traits".But i think its better to not comment anything if u dnt want to,no need of showing bossism as I m not an employee here.
Thanks

From India, Kolkata
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