Commission Structure

We have a tiered commission structure, for:

  • Referred Clients:  Clients referred to you through the RecruitLoop marketplace.
    • New projects: will have a standard rate of commission, for projects launched in the first calendar month.
    • Repeat projects: will have a different rate of commission, for projects launched with the same client, in subsequent calendar months after the original referral.
  • Your own clients:  Any clients you have proactively introduced to RecruitLoop.

Achievement Levels

RecruitLoop offers achievement levels with extra incentives, based on the number of projects you complete through RecruitLoop. 

As you reach each new level, you’ll receive:

  • a status label on your profile
  • even lower commission rates

Checkout the table below for all the details.

FAQ

Q: A referred client refers me to a friend of theirs who works for another organization?
A: If a project comes from the “friend” of a referred client then it would be considered by us as a proactive project if you initiate it yourself.

** Tip: Make sure you make contact with the new client immediately and take the brief from them over the phone or by email so you can initiate the project yourself and claim it as being Proactive.

Q: A client refers me to another team / division within the same company?
A: Referring a colleague within the same organization is considered to be Repeat Business for both commission and Loop points purposes.  

Q: A client refers me to an internal team / division in a different country / geography?  
A: Referring a colleague within the same organisation, regardless of their location, is considered to be Repeat Business for both commission and Loop points purposes.

Q: A referred client leaves the company and I engage with their replacement for another project?
A: This would be considered Repeat Business as the client company remains the same.

Q: A referred client leaves one company, commences at another company and contacts me about a new project within the new company?
A: This would be considered a proactive proposal if you initiate it yourself.

** Tip: Make sure you tell your client that you will initiate the project yourself and claim it as Proactive.

Q: A client who I have been developing for a while contacts me directly through the RecruitLoop website rather than calling me direct?
A: RecruitLoop qualifies all job posts. If only one recruiter has been targeted we will clarify with the client whether they have already had contact with you or not. If they confirm they have come to RL as a result of meeting / a conversation with you, it will be considered proactive.

** Tip:  When networking and building your business, educate your potential clients to call or email you directly if they have any needs.  This not only further personalises your relationship with them, it ensures there is no doubt that your proposal is Proactive

Q: The client referred to me by RecruitLoop is a Franchisee and they recommend me to other Franchisees?
A: If a project comes from the work you have done mining the Franchisee’s connections then it would be considered by us as a proactive project if you initiate it yourself.

** Tip: Make sure you make contact with the new client(s) immediately and take the brief from them over the phone or by email so you can initiate the project yourself and claim it as being Proactive.

Q: I can’t take on a project and I refer another RecruitLoop recruiter?  Do I get a commission split?
A: RecruitLoop does not provide for commission splits between independent recruiters but we do reward you with Loop points for the referral.

** Tip:  If you have an ongoing referral arrangement with another recruiter, there is nothing to stop you from setting up your own private agreement with that recruiter, whereby you invoice each other’s companies separately.

Q: How do I know how many projects I have completed?
A: In the coming weeks, you'll have a running tally on your public profile, for everyone to see.

Q: What does a ‘completed project’ really mean?
A: A project is considered completed when final payment has been made, and the client has closed the engagement within the system (or if RecruitLoop is notified by the recruiter that the project is closed - we can close it on our end). 

** Tip: It’s in your best interest to have the client close the project, that way they can leave feedback for you and get that completed project counter on your profile ticked up!

Q: What happens when there are multiple hires for the exact same job brief bundled into one project?
A: It is treated the same as a normal project. The commission and the project count (1) remain the same as determined by your current achievement (badge) level in the above commission matrix.

Q: What happens when there are multiple hires for the exact same job brief BUT the roles are in different locations?
A: Each location will constitute an individual project and will count towards the recruiters total project tally. The commission for each project will be as normal, dictated by the current achievement (badge) level in the above commission matrix.

Q: What happens when there are multiple different job briefs bundled into one project?
A: Each individual job brief would count as its own individual project in terms of a recruiters total project count. The commission remaining at the normal rate for all projects as determined by the recruiters current achievement (badge) level in the above commission matrix. 

Still need help? Contact Us Contact Us