All of us at Sense enjoy collaborating and digging into important topics with our colleagues across the staffing and recruiting industry. Recently, I had the pleasure of joining PandoLogic’s April Arteaga and Kimco’s Azeddine Ouhida to talk about data. But a LOT of people are talking about data (including here at Sense). We wanted to go further in this webinar, to really help you get results for your efforts. In this webinar, we examined how to transform your data into results.
As technology continues to evolve at a rapid pace, the technologies poised to impact the staffing industry are coming, fast and furious. This is particularly true for verticalized SaaS offerings in the staffing industry.
It’s been a little over a week since we got back from Austin and I wanted to summarize my learnings. SIA Exec Forum is one of our favorite events to attend every year because the thought leadership and peer networking is unparalleled.
One of the most expensive problems faced by almost every staffing firm is turnover. Turnover is expensive, leading many to seek a solution.
There’s something special about meeting others in your industry face to face. No matter how many Twitter chats, webinars, and Slack channels you join there’s a synergy lacking that you can only find at live conferences and with person-to-person interaction.
As a staffing agency, the product you’re selling to clients is the quality of your talent. The more successful your contractors, the more likely you are to retain existing clients and earn new ones. But you can’t continue to make sales and ignore the health of your contractors. Your relationship with your clients can only grow if your contractors are solidly embedded in your agency.
Help the right candidates find their fit at your company through recruitment marketing
One of the many popular buzzwords in the talent acquisition space is recruitment marketing. Here at Sense we talk a lot about the candidate experience, but before you can provide a great experience, you have to recruit those candidates.
Contractors come and go – it’s a fact of life in the temporary workforce business. At the same time, the number of contractor positions continues to grow by leaps and bounds; back in 2011, the Department of Labor reported that staffing agencies were adding 25,000 jobs each month over a 12-month period.
There’s no question that the heartbeat of your organization is your team of contractors; they are the ones that meet the clients every day. Taking care of your contractors, then, is critical to the health of your business. But did you know your contractors are also the center of potential referrals? If your contractors are happy, clients and contractors alike will refer others to your company.
Look for these 6 traits when you’re interviewing candidates
How important is a contractor care program to your staffing firm? I hope your answer is “very important.” When you’re choosing someone to be the head of that team, you want to make sure that you pick the right person with all of the necessary traits and skills.