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Managing a staffing business requires bringing the best candidates to your clients (of course!)people who fit the job criteria and culture. Maybe the candidate also needs to think critically, communicate with aplomb, and act quickly. Possibly he or she needs to be creative, too. That's a lot of requirements! You may need more than the standard batch of questions to whittle your way down to the bes Read More

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Creating partnerships and associations is vital to any business’s marketing success. That’s why networking has become such an important skill for entrepreneurs. We’re not suggesting you disregard traditional advertising; you should definitely consider advertising as one means to generate awareness of your staffing firm. But you can’t afford… Read More

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Are you in a rush? Striving for bigger, better, faster? When you are growing a franchiseor any businessbe cautious of the consequences of overambitiousness. Scaling is a fantastic goal to aim towards, but moving too quickly too soon can be harmful for your business. Slow and steady often wins the race. … Read More

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Here’s some good news for the staffing industry: according to the recently released U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data, not only did the employment rate hold steady in December at 7.8%, but staffing industry trends also showed little change from the month of November into the new year. What’s so good about that? We, staffing industry trends have been on a roll and the roll does not appea Read More

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Anyone managing a staffing company knows the frustration of seeing a qualified candidate lose out on a job because he or she didn’t do some of the little things necessary to land it. Likewise, maybe we have lost out ourselves on good candidates for the same reason. It’s in everyone’s best interest to make sure candidates can present themselves in the best possible light, not just to prospective Read More