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IT Contractors’ Agency Guides

Spot red flags, but don't rely on badges, to avoid a new evasion offence's sharp end.

A from the shadows account about what really goes on inside agents’ minds.

Agency law firm on the kicking of a limited company owner that contractors will cheer.

Enlisting a recruiter on top of a direct-to-client engagement doesn’t have to be too taxing.

Six IT contractor tips on making recruiters go the extra mile, by Outsource UK.

Evil, danger and incompetence await agency IT contractors approaching their end-date.

Choosing agencies to deal with, getting the rate you want and preferred suppliers.

When selecting which agencies to represent you there are one or two initial considerations to bear in mind.

How IT contractors can spot the rogue from the reputable.

Part 3 of 5: how to get the most out of a downturn.

Part 1 of 5: 'on spec' CV sending or the more the merrier?

Part 2 of 5: do IT contractors have a say about where their CV is sent by their agent?

Part 4 of 5: Decoding agency-speak about how recruiters operate.

Part 5 of 5: Agents on getting the most out of the contractory/agency relationship.

The basics of negotiation and establishing what rate becomes a 'deal breaker' for you.

An IT contractor's guide to asking for premiums.

Leading agents reveal the 'no-nos' for IT contractors.

How do you get the best rate for a new contract or a contract extension? The IT Coach explains that it comes down to your ability to negotiate.

Casually asking where you've been for interview might seem like a friendly enquiry, but...

Contractors have a right to control the price paid for their services.

This article is an 'old favourite' with our readers: Devious agency tricks. To be forewarned is to be forearmed though.

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