Our industry is rife with statistics. So many, in fact, it can be easy to tune them out sometimes. But with more data than ever at our fingertips, it’s critical that we pay attention to data and the stories it tells so that we can best serve clients and candidates.
Sometimes what seems like the smallest changes can make a profound impact on your business:
We are in a candidate's’ market, with numerous staffing firms clamoring for attention from clients.
Recruiting and marketing rightfully rank pretty highly on the list of concerns for staffing firms. Those top-of-the-funnel activities are critical to build your database and decrease your time to fill.
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.
Automation has made many jobs much easier over the past few decades. When we think of the word “automation,” and all sorts of things may come to mind…
Technology has been a critical component of staffing operations for years. From the olden days of fax machines and copiers to the advent of job boards and the ATS, as technology has evolved, the staffing industry has become more streamlined and efficient.
Candidate engagement is certainly one of the most buzzworthy topics floating around the staffing industry at the moment. But while most buzzworthy terms are fleeting or hollow in their actual impact, candidate engagement is here to stay.
As the staffing industry continues to evolve at a rapid pace, some of the tools, technologies and processes you’ve leaned on for years are changing too.
When you do, read or say something on an almost daily basis, it can be hard to look it objectively. As staffing leaders, you probably don’t think about candidate engagement all the time. It’s something you just do. You’ve always done. And that’s that.