The decision to furlough employees was, no doubt, one of the most difficult you’ve had to make as a business leader. No one builds and grows a company with plans to furlough. Just like no one expected the world to essentially stand still while we battled this virus. But here we are, and we’re all trying to make the best of it and come out on the other side.
I was just digging into employer branding and defining our value statements in another blog post, and it had me thinking about something that is very common—It’s hard to be at 100% all the time.
Employer branding is one of those topics that never goes out of style. It’s always going to matter how talent perceives your brand. Last year, I offered some quick tips to build up your brand in a day or less.
Wow, 2019 went by in a FLASH, didn’t it? Here at Sense, we were working constantly behind the scenes, and in front -- meeting and speaking with our clients, staying on top of industry trends, and continuously working to improve and add to our robust platform.
Need some inspiration to kick off the New Year? Here are our top 10 New Year's Resolutions for staffing firms.
Your energy is being pointed in so many directions lately. Every new innovation or trend has the potential to dramatically impact your results. So it can be tempting to dive in and take advantage of EVERYTHING.
It feels like only yesterday we were sharing our list of top fall conferences you should have on your calendar. Yet here we are, closing in on 2020 -- yes, it’s time to start blocking out your calendar for early 2020 conferences.
Staffing leaders feel like they’re being pulled in a million directions nowadays. With so many trends, challenges and priorities vying for your attention, it can be difficult to narrow in on what truly demands your focus.
Online reviews are probably on your radar, but do you know how much of an impact they truly make on your recruiting efforts?
It’s a pretty safe bet that you know data is important. Just about every staffing firm wants to collect data. Large, popular companies are under fire for covertly taking it from their customers -- but why? Because it’s valuable. These companies use data to make smarter business decisions and ultimately, to generate revenue.