1099 MISC Form
The form on which a company reports to the government the amount of earnings paid to an independent contractor.
A document outlining the obligations of each party in a transaction.
A person that has been qualified for a particular position and submitted to the hiring company for their approval.
Includes secretaries, word processors, transcriptionists and more.
Complimentary Resume Review Service
Process whereby candidates are provided with constructive feedback and detailed suggestions for resume improvement at no cost.
Assurance that all job-search activities on behalf of the potential candidate remain private and protected.
Temporary and variable labor used to augment core functions during periods of high activity.
All workers other than direct full-time employees of a company.
Contract and Project Attorneys
Individuals or teams of contract support attorneys working under the supervision and management of our clients’ management and staff attorneys.
Contract and Project Legal and Corporate Jobs
Temporary staffing opportunities to help with complex projects.
Relationship whereby employees are supplied to a client company by a legal or corporate staffing company for a specified time or project.
Employee of a legal or corporate staffing company supplied to a client company.
Placement of corporate executives on a permanent basis.
Placement of support and administrative staff on a temporary, project, temp-to-hire and direct-hire basis.
See Corporate or Legal Placement.
Employee compensation in addition to wages.
Exclusive Right-to-Represent Authorization
Process that eliminates potential “multiple submissions” from other agencies and avoids the sharp practice of other agencies submitting candidates’ resumes without their knowledge or permission.
Federal Unemployment Tax Act.
The practice of actively searching for employees.
Placement of attorneys on a permanent basis.
Placement of support and administrative legal staff on a temporary, project, temp-to-hire and direct-hire basis.
Legal Support Staff
Document clerks and coders, legal assistants, paralegals, law clerks and J.D.s, contract attorneys, contracts administrators, legal administrators.
Insurance covering third party injury or property damage.
Litigation/Trial Preparation Teams
Document production, privileged document review, due diligence, medical record summarization, deposition digesting, litigation case managers.
Difference between the rate billed to the client company and the wage paid to the contractor.
Percentage by which the wage paid to the contractor is increased when billed to the client company.
The amount billed to the client company divided by the wage paid to the contractor.
Office Support Staff
Legal messengers, copy/errands personnel, receptionists, file clerks.
The process whereby a portion of or an entire department of a client company is staffed by contractors supplied by a legal or corporate staffing company.
Federal, state and local income taxes withheld from employee's wages.
Refers to direct-hire positions with client companies.
A company in the business of filling direct-hire positions for client companies.
Candidates placed in staff positions with client companies.
Quality Assurance Commitment
Guarantee offered on each assignment designed to protect the best interests of clients and candidates.
The practice of attempting to acquire the services of a person for an employer.
In-depth evaluation of a client's unique personnel requirements and corporate culture.
Paying an up-front fee when hiring a company to perform a specific search for a position.
State Unemployment Insurance.
Law Dawgs offers a 90-day replacement guarantee for all direct-hire placements.
Analysis of a candidate's suitability for a particular position.
Provider of full-service human capital solutions to client companies.
Relying on a single company for all staffing and recruiting needs.
Refers to temporary positions with client companies.
A person or company engaged in the practice of finding candidates to fill temporary positions.
Short- or long-term positions to assist with workload peaks and staff shortages.
Positions that allow clients to develop a working relationship with a candidate before extending an offer of employment.
The same as Permanent Employment.
Funds provided by the government to assist workers who have lost their jobs due to circumstances beyond their control.
The form on which a company reports to the government the amount of wages earned by an employee along with payroll taxes withheld.
Insurance required to provide medical coverage to employees that suffer job-related injuries or illnesses.