A 21-Point Plan for How to Be a Great Recruiter

  By Top Echelon  |    Thu Oct 10, 2019

Category: Expert Advice, Recruiting

Okay, you’ve made the decision to be a recruiter. Congratulations! You are now part of the most unique, most rewarding, and most frustrating profession to ever grace our free enterprise system. The next item on your professional agenda: how to become a great recruiter. There’s a certain dilemma baked into this...

Money-Recruiting (Part 2 of 3) The Components & Principles of Recruiting

  By Jon Bartos  |    Thu Oct 10, 2019

Category: Columns, Expert Advice, Productivity, Recruiting

A Simple Guide on how to make it rain cash by Using Metrics Activities, Results, Ratios, and the Quantum Leap Theorems PRE-SEASON CONDITIONING: When a newbie comes to play in the recruiting arena, a good manager knows that the first focus must be on getting his player’s “at bats.”...

Why You Need an All-In-One Staffing and Recruiting Software Solution

  By Terri Roeslmeier  |    Wed Sep 25, 2019

Category: Expert Advice

Do you have a headache from toggling between multiple software solutions to manage your staffing and recruiting business? How many different solutions are you using to manage your ATS, CRM, payroll, job portal, and other day to day functions? If you are beginning to go crazy with multiple solutions, it...

4 Expert Tips for a Successful Hiring Process

  By Anthony Ysasaga  |    Wed Sep 25, 2019

Category: Expert Advice, Technology

There are many steps hiring managers must take to fill an open position. These include sourcing applicants, screening candidates, interviewing, skills assessment, writing the offer and onboarding the new employee. In the mad rush to hire someone to fill an empty spot, many managers overlook a few key areas that...

Sheldon, Amy and Customer Service Communication

  By Victoria Kenward  |    Wed Sep 25, 2019

Category: Expert Advice, Productivity

Yes, there’s a connection here (I’ll explain in just a minute). If a client, candidate or even an internal employee has an issue, problem, complaint – anything that impairs their experience with your staffing or recruiting firm – wouldn’t you like to know, so you could fix it before it festers...

Conversations with Clients on Pay & Bill Rates

  By Lynn Connor  |    Wed Sep 25, 2019

Category: Expert Advice

In July of 2019, the national unemployment rate was 3.7%. Minimum wage rates are increasing across the nation. At the beginning of 2019, eighteen states began the year with higher minimum wages based on the cost of living and ten other states increased their rates due to prior approved legislation...

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