5 Signs You Need to Switch Your Staffing Software

By Terri Roeslmeier

December 14, 2015

With so many other business concerns, your staffing software should provide you with a sense of Zen, not a throbbing headache. Sadly, not every platform is going to be ideal for your specific business. That is why we recommend saying adieu to incompatible solutions and making the move to switch your staffing software vendor if they exhibit … Continued

Steps to Prevent Viruses From Infecting Your Software

By ABD

September 12, 2011

My computer is always getting viruses? I am afraid to use it now. Viruses are a big concern but identity theft and financial loss may also be imminent if you continue to have this problem. First, get some good anti-malware software and keep it updated. Malware is basically malicious software that could plant a virus … Continued

The Dark Side of “The Net”

By Terri Roeslmeier

September 12, 2011

Simply everyone (even grandma and grandpa) is happily surfing “the net”. You can shop in your “jammies”, brag about your vacation and even meet new friends. In the world of staffing and recruitment use of social media, job boards, email, internet searches, and websites have become a way of life. Who wouldn’t take advantage of … Continued

Tactical Economic Storm Survival

By Terri Roeslmeier

August 10, 2011

I had lunch with a friend of mine a couple of weeks ago.  There was a huge storm the night before with trees knocked down and a bunch of carpet carnage.  As I drove through the neighborhoods which modeled war zones, I figured that I should maybe give her a call to make sure everything … 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

Increase Your Odds of Success

By Terri Roeslmeier

July 25, 2011

I was reading an interesting article about making your own luck. I found it compelling to read because I always thought that luck was a random thing. In the article the writer agreed that some events were uncontrollable such as a tornado blowing your house down and leaving your neighbor’s house intact.  But it was … Continued

Out to Impress!

By Terri Roeslmeier

July 22, 2011

“Make a good impression”.  How many times have we heard that commanding line?  The key word in the phrase is “make” as in you have complete control over this. What do all “impressive” companies have in common?  They differentiate themselves.  It’s great to say your company is different; but the only way you can truly … Continued

How Automation Can Make You Money

By Terri Roeslmeier

July 8, 2011

 Everyone is automated.  The other day I ran across “Giggles®” software for babies.  Kids that can barely speak are keyboard and mouse savvy.  Grandparents are storing recipes, emailing and setting up Facebook® pages. Books are being read on screens.  Newspapers encourage you to read their “on-line edition”.  Offices are completely unable to function without email.  … Continued

The Digital Workplace

By Terri Roeslmeier

July 8, 2011

Staffing and recruiting professionals manage processes and interact with candidates and clients using electronic commerce.  Whether Internet marketing, using e-mail or transferring funds into candidate accounts through direct deposit, you are using electronic commerce.  This encompasses a wide range of technologies such as the “World Wide Web”, mobile devices and yes, even phones.  But how … Continued

What Happened to My Data?

By Terri Roeslmeier

March 15, 2011

For months, this is the moment you have been waiting for. It’s “live day” on the new software! Everyone has been anticipating the big unveiling. You’re nervous. After all, you had a major role in selecting the software. You’re the one that has been telling everyone how great everything is going to be. It was … Continued