Referral Driven, Result Proven

Candidate Referral Program

If you know the perfect candidate for one of our open jobs, let us know. If we fill the open job with your referred candidate, Gravity IT Resources will reward you financially.

  • If the job is a direct hire, full-time opportunity, Gravity shares 10% of its fee with you – typically $1,500 - $3,000!

  • If the job is a contract opportunity, Gravity shares 1% of your referred candidate’s pay rate for as long as that candidate is billing in the position – usually $75 - $125 per month!

  • Don’t worry, these referral fees do not affect the referred candidates’ pay in any way. Everyone in the IT ecosystem is eligible to refer candidates – you don’t have to be working for Gravity IT Resources to participate!

How it works

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Gravity IT Resources Fills (5) of Your Referred Assignments

Assignment ReferredMonthly Passive IncomeAnnual Passive Income
Project Manager @ $100/hr, 52 week contract$173$2,080
.Net Developer @ $75/hr, 52 week contract$130$1,560
Business Analyst @ $50/hr, 52 week contract$87$1,040
Business Analyst @ $50/hr, 52 week contract$87$1,040
Help Desk Technician @ $25/hr, 52 week contract$43$520
Total$520$6,240

Perhaps the most important thing to note about the Assignment Referral Program is that Gravity IT Resources has a bias FOR referrals. We want EVERY placement to be a result of an assignment referral. We are happy to pay out the referral fees – in fact, we want to pay them!

Referral Program Comparisons

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Company 3
Gravity IT Resources
Project Manager @ $100/hr,
52 week contract
Thank You!Free Lunch$500one-time fee$173.33 monthly passive income,
$2,080 over life of contract
You Provide an Assignment
Referral for a Project
Managerfor a 52 week project
Thank You!Free Lunch$500one-time fee$173.33 monthly passive income,
$2,080 over life of contract

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