How Great Staffing Software Makes for Great Customer Service

By Terri Roeslmeier

May 16, 2022

We all like to think we provide great customer service.  Nothing is more bothersome than feeling that you are not appreciated as a customer, and we certainly would never want any of our clients to feel that way.  Yet, as organizations grow, new people join the team. It’s a difficult task to ensure that everyone … Continued

Why is Staffing Software Training Important?

By Terri Roeslmeier

May 5, 2022

Hiring good people for your organization is a challenge, but training is an even greater endeavor.  When a new person comes on board they have to learn your culture, processes and procedures, and software.  Culture is fairly easy because much of the culture, unlike anything else, can be picked up by osmosis.  Everything else has … Continued

Using 40% of Your Staffing Software?

By Terri Roeslmeier

April 18, 2022

No one ever buys anything with the intent of using a small percentage of the product. Generally, when one makes a major purchase there is a good amount of research involved and desired features are scrutinized for efficiency and effectiveness. There may be yes/no checklists involved, various conversations with the vendor and many product demonstrations. … Continued

What Should Staffing Software Do For You?

By Terri Roeslmeier

April 6, 2022

Many companies use just a very small percentage of what a product can do.  If you are using your staffing software simply as a file cabinet to store resumes or look up phone numbers, you are missing out.  Much staffing software today has the potential of being a fully integrated model.  We’re not talking about … Continued

How to Craft a Team of Productive Software Users

By Terri Roeslmeier

March 31, 2022

Why do so many software systems fail?  Corporate leaders often wonder what went wrong.  How could they have chosen the wrong software?  Should they have checked more references?  Scheduled more demos?  Why exactly isn’t the solution that they invested in working? People Fear Change Part of the process of introducing new software is “getting people … Continued

Revenue, Profit and Business Analysis

By Terri Roeslmeier

February 17, 2022

Everybody loves talking about soaring revenue.  Doubling revenue, tripling revenue, and having such and such % better revenue than last year are all nice songs to sing.  It sounds great to everyone.  Prospects enjoy hearing about it.  Your employees get a sense of pride.  Your marketing and sales people have a field day with it.  … Continued

5 Ways to Use Your ATS to Improve Your Hiring Strategy in 2022

By Jennifer Roeslmeier

January 25, 2022

With 2022 in full swing, you’ve probably spent a lot of time thinking about your hiring strategy in the new year.  Whether it’s combating the Great Resignation, finding the best candidates in a time when candidates have the upper hand, incentivizing your job offers, or finding a way for candidates to trust you as an … Continued

ABD Releases the Candidate Compliance Portal to Help Staffing Companies Track Vaccination Statuses

By Jennifer Roeslmeier

January 13, 2022

Ultra-Staff EDGE staffing and recruiting software users can now effortlessly keep track of vaccination statuses through the new Candidate Compliance Portal. CHICAGO, IL—Automated Business Designs, developers of Ultra-Staff EDGE staffing and recruiting software, released a breakthrough technology that will allow staffing companies to track candidate vaccination statuses within the Ultra-Staff EDGE applicant tracking system. Since … Continued

Learning Sales Techniques from a 7-Year-Old

By Chris Dousmanis

December 8, 2021

I am learning a lot from my 7-year-old and not just the routine stuff like how to get red crayon stains out of an entire load of laundry. Some of it pertains to sales techniques. How do people process new information? What extrapolations do they make? What erroneous assumptions do they make that seems perfectly … Continued

Combating a #1 Cause of the Great Resignation

By Jennifer Roeslmeier

November 30, 2021

The “Great Resignation” has been a buzz word we have all talked about now for the past several months and it doesn’t seem to be going away. Just recently reported by the BLS, the Great Resignation reached an all-time high in September with 4.4 million workers quitting their jobs. What is the cause of the … Continued