What to do when asked to sign a letter of exclusivity

To maintain their competitive edge, bidding organizations often request their proposed personnel a letter promising to not be on anyone else’s bid and to be available should the aid project be awarded to their team. Here are tips from Devex Director of Global Recruiting Services Kate Warren to candidates on how to handle such a situation .

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  • Kate Warren

    Kate Warren is Executive Vice President and resident talent and careers guru at Devex. With 15 years of global development recruitment experience advising international NGOs, consulting firms, and donor agencies, she has a finger on the pulse of hiring trends across the industry and insider knowledge on what it takes to break in.

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