Using 40% of Your Staffing Software?

By Terri Roeslmeier

November 15, 2013

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

Act Like A Tourist

By Terri Roeslmeier

September 1, 2011

I live about 20 minutes away from downtown Chicago so every once in a while I head into the city and play the part of a tourist.  Last Sunday I went on the “Chicago Film Tour”.  The tour takes you around to all of the sites that movies were filmed.  Usually a tour like this … Continued

Life is What You Make It

By ABD

August 4, 2011

Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “Life is what you make it.” People are given different privileges, opportunities and resources and at times this may seem unfair. But rather than fixate on life’s injustices, successful people make the conscious decision to leverage what they do have and keep an eye open for new opportunities. This philosophy can … Continued

Software Best Practices

By Terri Roeslmeier

October 12, 2008

At times you may wonder what could be done to capitalize on the investment that was made in staffing and recruiting software for your organization. When you installed your software, something was supposed to happen that didn’t. You thought that it would change the way business was managed and yield all sorts of efficiencies and … Continued