Staffing is no longer a one-and-done project.
Modern technology developers strive to provide consumers with convenience.
It’s clear that having high-quality, robust data is a huge competitive differentiator in the staffing industry, and that bad data holds you back.
Staffing firms, which once spent most of their time cultivating company clients, are making a 180 degree switch and turning their primary focus to attracting the best candidates.
Career Builder and Inavero just released their annual survey, “Opportunities in Staffing.”
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 …
Recruiters rely on email to reach out and keep candidates actively engaged.
We just wrapped up the second installment of our three-part webinar series with Dan Fisher, founder of Menemsha Group.
In the staffing industry, transparency is one of the key factors to success.
Veterans are a great source of talent for staffing agencies.
Sending emails is something staffing agents do multiple times a day, every day.
Social recruiting works best when you back it up with content.
Colleges and schools are getting out and students are hoping to find summer employment.
Many companies now implement social recruiting strategies, but recruiting is just the beginning