Staffing from Anywhere!


February 19, 2015

In today’s world we routinely are informed about events within minutes and sometimes seconds. In staffing, information is power and using it quickly to share, take action and get results is critical.

Love or Chocolate?

By Natalie Chrapla

February 11, 2015

With the big “Hallmark holiday” coming up, Valentine’s Day, there will be a lot of love going around or a lot of chocolate eating and crying (for those of us who are single). OK, I won’t be so dramatic. If you think about it, dating is a lot like recruiting.

“Win Big” with Great Staffing Software Support !!!

By Natalie Chrapla

July 29, 2014

It can be intimidating when it comes to getting new staffing software. There are many different options which can make the process overwhelming. Often overlooked in the process is product support. An excellent support team is necessary in order to ensure a smooth implementation. Staffing software support includes: Pre-installation support, thorough training, post implementation support … Continued

“Busy? Terrific Staffing Software Can Help!”

By Nancy Nesti

July 9, 2014

It’s Not Too Late…You can still keep your promise to your staff and get them up and running with the latest technology in applicant tracking software. Summer has officially arrived, the weather is warmer, the kids are out of school and your Recruiters and Temporary Consultants have been scrambling to keep their heads above water. … Continued

Let’s Talk Resumes

By Terri Roeslmeier

June 18, 2010

Everything pretty much starts with a resume. Even if a physical resume is not received some type of resume profile must be put together before an applicant can be placed. There are many different options to consider in the process of getting resumes entered into your staffing and recruiting database. A very basic option is … Continued

No Rest for the Weary

By Terri Roeslmeier

June 15, 2010

It’s true that the economy has loosened up a bit and most staffing and direct hire companies are not feeling quite as tightly squeezed as earlier in the year. As the atmosphere improves, however, be watchful of going back to old bad habits. There are always bright signs to a bad economy. We realize who … Continued

Make Every Minute Count!

By Terri Roeslmeier

March 20, 2010

Everyone is “recessioned out”, but efficiency will put time and money back on your side. Put a plan into place that will help you regain control of time. First, it is important for everyone on your team to know your product. That means really know your product. It is said that 80% of business success … Continued

The Ultimate Time to Recruit

By Terri Roeslmeier

January 11, 2010

Recruiting seems a little silly at this time. If there is one thing there is no shortage of is applicants. However, this is a crucial element that cannot be overlooked. All signs point to an improving economy and when the bubble bursts, employers will be scrambling for high quality candidates. Because there are so many … Continued

Champions Don’t Flinch

By Terri Roeslmeier

November 1, 2008

I admire the Charles Dickens quote, “It was the best of times, and it was the worst of times.” You might say it applies to everything and it applies to nothing, depending on who is reading it. That’s because some find a bit of good in everything and some have a hard time finding good … Continued

Mining the Store

By Terri Roeslmeier

July 11, 2008

Data mining is a new and “HOT” field. So hot that data mining analysts have an average starting salary of $50,727! Simply put, data mining analysts sort through vast amounts of information in data warehouses. So, what’s so hot about that? A lot! Best of all with some of the tools available today, you can … Continued