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This is not an ethics question, I'm just curious.
If a company hires a recruiter to find employees, do they sign contracts before someone is found? What kind of term are future employees under the "care" of the recruiter?
I know sometimes the recruiter just charges a fee, but lots of time, the company pays the recruiter who pays the employee. If you decide to hire the referred employee directly and ignore the recruiter, is that illegal?
Depends. if you signed up as work for hire, meaning an agency that hires out people for projects then, you prob sign a non competing clause. It would say something that you cant solicit their clients outside the agency.
If its a regular recruiter, they get paid for the success of your placement. depends on what you sign with who if it is on a contract basis.
contract vs full-time.
I would agree that sometimes that this will never happen except when I don't think about it when it does, I never agree with others as they sometime depend on further actions.