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Old 06-22-2019, 02:12 AM
 
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Any advice would be great!

Working on a project with Company X - they have used 4 agencies to hire people at the same level, role, conditions, length of time, training, we all did the same training on the same day - all equal.

There is a discrepancy between what staff at one agency is paid compared to others - such as $400 and I am getting $300 - its a big difference!

How can I get the same day rate?

Can I move to the agency that pays more? Release from one and get rehired by the other?

Will there be issues for Company x

Any other advice /ideas?

Thank you for your thoughts!
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Old 06-22-2019, 03:42 PM
 
Location: Chandler, AZ
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Any advice would be great!

Working on a project with Company X - they have used 4 agencies to hire people at the same level, role, conditions, length of time, training, we all did the same training on the same day - all equal.

There is a discrepancy between what staff at one agency is paid compared to others - such as $400 and I am getting $300 - its a big difference!

How can I get the same day rate?

Can I move to the agency that pays more? Release from one and get rehired by the other?

No. The first company would go after their fee, and rightfully so.


The tack I'd take would be to make sure they're aware that I want to be converted to a regular employee, and that I know they're trying really hard to attract people, and how I could set myself up for the best possible salary that way. Go above and beyond and show them, while I'm a contract employee, that I'm someone they want to keep around for a long time.
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