A Crazy Little Thing Called Social Media


October 31, 2011

Let’s face it: social media is here to stay. 88% of business owners said social media increased their exposure, and 72% said it increased traffic to their site. Facebook has over 500 million users, with at least 50% of daily activity. It is the perfect opportunity to increase company exposure, customer engagement, and lead generation.  Twitter … Continued

The Technology Blizzard

By Terri Roeslmeier

March 7, 2011

Greater than 60,000 undergraduate students from over 400 universities nationwide choose Chicago as one of the top cities in which to work. Chicago has major employers and the city offers a variety of solid career choices. Chicago has a large and diversified economy which equates to 4.3 million employees and a GRP of over 480 … Continued

The 7 Wonders of Marketing

By Terri Roeslmeier

January 5, 2011

staffdigest published a 2011 Business Planning Guide in September 2010. They publish one every year. It’s geared toward readers with more than one branch (profit center). This wonderful guide takes the reader through a detailed process in order to develop a business plan. I try to let my customers know about it when it comes … Continued

Setting Up Alerts via Text/Online


June 7, 2010

I have many candidates that want to be alerted about jobs through social networking sites like Twitter® or text messaging. Is there an easy way to do this from staffing software? Some staffing software vendors are offering tools within the application for job posting to social networking sites. Some sites require that you have an … 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

The Social Networking Explosion

By Terri Roeslmeier

November 29, 2009

It is reported that Facebook® has over 300 million active users, 50% of which log on to Facebook® on any given day. The fastest growing demographic is those 35 years and older. Millions of people use Twitter® to connect with others which promotes itself as a “simple way to connect with people”. LinkedIn® has over … Continued

Integrating Social Media with your Software


November 3, 2009

Is it possible to integrate social networking sites with my software? Absolutely. One simple way is to link to a social networking site by clicking on a social networking field on your software screen. This will take you directly to the social networking site for research on a particular client or candidate. Another popular integration … Continued

Software Features That Make You Money!

By Terri Roeslmeier

October 10, 2009

Sometimes we get so accustomed to using software that we forget that the reason we got it in the first place was to make our companies more profitable. Software can do this by increasing production, decreasing hard costs and providing more customer service tools for the people that we do business with. The only caveat … Continued