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.
Online reviews are probably on your radar, but do you know how much of an impact they truly make on your recruiting efforts?
When staffing firms think about their net promoter score, or NPS, they probably think of Inavero (now ClearlyRated) releasing their Best of Staffing list every February. Sharing your NPS scores, particularly if you’ve achieved high numbers for many years, is a badge of honor that is deserving of promotion, to be sure!
Every winter, the staffing industry waits with bated breath for Inavero (now ClearlyRated) to release the NPS for staffing firms across the country.
Many staffing firms anxiously await their latest NPS each year. It’s one of the biggest indicators of success in the previous year (aside from placements and revenue, of course). If you’re sitting pretty with a high NPS right now, you may not be wondering how to take it to another level. But for most firms, a jump — like perhaps a 204% jump — would make a massive impact on their business.
A conversation with Amy Finn, Director of Candidate Experience at WinterWyman
As the Director of Candidate Experience at WinterWyman, Amy Finn is an expert at designing and maintaining innovative candidate experience programs. Her company recently received a +80 Net Promoter Score (NPS), measured using Sense, in an annual survey sent to active and placed candidates.
How to 6X your NPS Score and Dramatically Increase Contractor Engagement
It’s common knowledge these days that happy customers can help lead a business to profitable, sustainable organic growth. Historically, Net Promoter Score (NPS) has been the go-to method businesses rely on to quantify customer happiness as they’re trying to improve the services they offer.
Topics: job placement, net promoter score, Net Promoter Score (NPS), nps, redeployment, staffing and recruiting, temporary workers, candidate experience, consultant engagement, contractor engagement, contractors, hiring
Redeployment rates at staffing firms are notoriously low. In our research at Sense, we’ve found that staffing firms fail to redeploy anywhere from 70% to 90% of their talent.