Decreasing Candidate Drop-Off Rates Through Mobile Recruiting

By Jennifer Roeslmeier

June 2, 2021

Mobile recruiting is certainly not a new concept in the staffing and recruiting industry. In the past 10 years, implementing mobile recruiting tactics has become increasingly more important for recruiting success! In the current candidate driven market though it is even more essential to keep candidates engaged throughout the whole recruiting funnel. From the initial … Continued

Automated Business Designs and Sense Bring AI and Automation to the Staffing and Recruiting Industry

By Jennifer Roeslmeier

May 17, 2021

Developers of the staffing and recruiting software solution, Ultra-Staff EDGE, partner with Sense to help staffing companies transform the talent experience, increase engagement, and grow business. CHICAGO, IL—Automated Business Designs, developers of Ultra-Staff EDGE staffing and recruiting software, have partnered with Sense to bring the twin powers of AI and automation to the staffing and … Continued

Using Your ATS to Find Candidates During the Candidate Shortage

By Jennifer Roeslmeier

May 4, 2021

As the economy gets back on its feet and more Americans become vaccinated, there has been an upsurge in job opportunities available. What employers are finding though, is that few candidates are applying. Less candidates are responding to job postings, which is a complete 360 from a year ago when unemployment rates were at the … Continued

5 Winning Recruiting Tips to Take Away from March Madness

By Jennifer Roeslmeier

March 23, 2021

March is a much-anticipated time for many. It’s a time when both sports fans and non-sports fans come together to join office pools. Confident brackets are put together with the anticipation of “I’m taking it all this year!”, until the small school you never heard of pulls off an upset against your winning team. March … Continued

4 Marketing Campaigns for Recruiters to Hit the Ground Running in 2021

By Jennifer Roeslmeier

January 5, 2021

We made it! The much-anticipated new year is finally here. It’s time to leave the weight of 2020 behind us and start fresh with new ideas, new initiatives, and new strategies to hit the ground running in 2021. This year more than ever people are anxious to start on a clean sheet of paper. While … Continued

Naughty or Nice? Staffing Reports That Should be on Your Nice List in 2021

By Jennifer Roeslmeier

December 1, 2020

It’s crazy to think that we are already at the end of 2020 and the holidays are upon us. It seems like the past 9 months have surprisingly gone fast, despite everything going on. Even though the holidays will probably look a little more like a holi-daze this year, I still look forward to the … Continued

7 Staffing Tips to Remember as COVID-19 Cases Rise

By Jennifer Roeslmeier

November 10, 2020

It’s hard to believe a second wave of COVID-19 cases is on the rise. Last Monday, the U.S. reached 10 million coronavirus infections since January. The most recent 1 million infections happened faster then any previous million, in just 10 days, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. That same data shows the virus is … Continued

8 Tips for Making Your Virtual Job Fair A Success

By Jennifer Roeslmeier

October 2, 2020

If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s the need to be creative and think outside of the box. Really this applies to everything we do now: From turning family gatherings to family zoom calls; attending in-person concerts to streaming concerts live; watching sports with fans to watching sports with digital fans; eating at packed … Continued

A Whole New Workforce: How to Keep Millennial Candidates Engaged

By Jennifer Roeslmeier

August 25, 2020

Millennials otherwise known as Generation Y, have now become the largest group of professionals in the U.S. Labor Force, making up 1/3 of employees. ¹ These are individuals that were born between the years 1981 and 1996. While I was surprised to hear that millennials now have the largest population in the workforce, it does … Continued

Are Your Remote Staffing Teams Out of Control?

By Terri Roeslmeier

July 6, 2020

  Managing remote teams is a new art.  Most managers were caught off guard when suddenly their office was evacuated and they were forced to manage their teams remotely.  Worse, team performance needed to be at its peak in order to deal with one of the worst times to manage and sell in staffing history.  … Continued