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Talent management companies will bill the client for their services including the salaries of the temp workers. They keep the employees on their payrolls and then send them at client side. This reduces the risk of the client, however the client shells out more money. In case of Talent agent, the...

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There are good approaches for Elance/Upwork/oDesk if you approach the job req. correctly. There are also private agencies. I've hired account reps more often via virtual assistant agencies directly than from Elance and it's ilk, but many times I'll use that platform to isolate good candidates and...

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What you are experiencing is not unique to tech industry. Most industries have been subject to ineffective human capital management. HR in general has not seen the same focus as marketing and product development because of lack of long term vision. Most recent innovations and emphasize has been i...

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Hi there, I've built and scaled 3 management consulting businesses to $1M+ in the past 5 years. I'm a little unsure as to what your problem is. Are you wanting to help designers with their business or are you trying to hire talented designers to complete some work? For really good designers, th...

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I was an agent for 20 years in the Entertainment Business and the standard commission that agencies charge their clients is 10% of gross income. There are however, a few modifications, amendments and prenegotiated terms that involve bifurcation of representation and packaging fees. Happy to dis...

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Interesting. I have done this on a couple of occasions, maybe not this exact model but close. One approach would be a Speakers Bureau. Another would be to structure it as a full service agency or as "full" as your colleagues' backgrounds permit. Be sure to create a vesting schedule, even sweat e...

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