Speed of hire is crucial for staffing firms.
Time is a recruiter’s No.1 resource, and there never seems to be enough of it to go around.
Like any viable business, staffing firms are more effective when they have a way to differentiate themselves from competitors.
If you’ve been tasked with choosing staffing software for your agency, you probably feel in over your head right now. In fact, it’d be surprising if you weren’t at least a little overwhelmed by the process. The amount of products and features in this software category makes it difficult to distinguish what’s worth your time and what’s not. But luckily …
Do staffing firms understand what their clients want?
Next week, we continue our three-part webinar series with Dan Fisher of Menemsha Group.
Publications continue to write about the talent gap, calling it a myth.
Sending emails is something staffing agents do multiple times a day, every day.
In our recent webinar, “Customer Engagement Best Practices for Staffing Firms,” we talked with Dan Fisher, founder and owner of Menemsha Group, which provides sales and software solutions for IT staffing firms.
The economy is seriously looking up as new jobs exceeded economists’ expectations in May.
There will always be some jobs that are hard for in-house recruiters to fill, and this is where staffing agencies can truly shine.
Jan Schiffman, the CTO and VP of Product at Jobscience, was a recent guest on the TechnologyAdvice Expert Interview Series to share his insight on recruiting technology and best practices. The series, which is hosted by TechnologyAdvice’s Clark Buckner, explores a variety of business and technology landscapes through conversations with industry leaders. Jan joined Buckner to discuss hiring trends and …
On June 9, Jobscience is hosting a webinar with Dan Fisher, Founder and President of Menemsha Group, which provides sales solutions for IT staffing firms.
Exclusivity clauses in zero-hour contracts have officially been banned in the U.K.; what does it mean for recruitment?
Whether you think job posts are a relic of the past or a tradition worth keeping, it’s hard to argue about their necessity right now.