I had a unique situation and I wanted to have your ideas on the subject: I have a fairly new client in the last phase of interview with my candidate, the client signed our research contract that offers a replacement guarantee. Well, the candidate just got this email from my client: so simple that many staff agents think it`s a way to market their services. You tell the customer that there is no risk. If the employee falls off the placement car, it is enough to recall the loan. This is a great way to reduce employee turnover. It also corresponds to an unconditional one-year money-back guarantee. A paid investment is an investment, they think. Employers` lawyers often send threatening letters to former employees and then try to impose the EPAs. Without exception, it is only the maintenance of stupidity to use the EPO. In fact, stupidity is an understatement.
EPAs generate more employee morality problems (by placing employees in the “slavery syndrome”) than any other contract they have to sign. They also generate an excessive number of preventive unlawful employment rights to make the employer responsible for the separation of the relationship. When a former candidate looks at the average depreciation of 21,000 $US, the music stops. Emotionally, the human resources officer is perceived as an infringement of his or her right to work. Financial and legal assistance from the new employer or even the new recruitment agent is often provided. Staff depreciation agreements (CEPOL) appear to be enforceable bilateral contracts. However, if you discuss the terms in some way with one of the parties, you run the risk of someone claiming that you were involved in the negotiations. That you are really the Loan Arranger. Now let`s look at the stupidity of a human resources officer`s involvement in an EPA.
While these vary, all states have disclosure obligations for funding that attract federal screws. Examples of points that must appear in the written contract: Chapter 47 of the Placement Strategy Handbook is entitled “The Employee Payback: Stay Back, Way Back!” . . . .