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Contractors Working for an Agency

robert_seal
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Robert S Member Since: Aug 5, 2011
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The way it works here - to the best of my knowledge - is not a difference between temporary and permanent but instead, dedicated or not. When you hire someone to an agency, I'm pretty certain that you choose whether or not that person is allowed to work (or accept projects) outside of your agency or not. Thus, you can at first allow them to accept individual projects that do not involve your agency until you can provide them enough work to keep them happy; at this time you have the choice of offering them a dedicated contract. Having said that, if I were to be dedicated without the ability to work outside of your agency, my hourly rate would increase. Something to think about...
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