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If your staffing firm has seen an increase in job orders, it’s time to implement a new way of reaching out to job seekers. After weeks of massive layoffs, odds are your customers are seeking temporary, contract, or direct-hire workers to fill roles. They need workers to cover employees who are ill, taking care of… Read more »

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Amidst the temporary shutdown caused by COVID-19, many employees lost their jobs. Because many have been living on unemployment benefits since early 2020, they might feel they’re safer at home than in the workplace. As a staffing company, you know that having people return to work is the best choice. With increased demand in certain… Read more »

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In early 2020, many businesses worldwide began temporarily closing due to the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Companies in industries deemed “nonessential” for everyday life experienced a substantial drop in business and revenue, resulting in millions of employees being laid off. Fortunately, staffing and recruiting firms were deemed “essential” and could continue serving clients…. Read more »

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As the owner of a staffing company, your main focus needs to be on the key core activities that will give you the highest return for your time spent. Revenue-generating activities need to take up the majority of your time. In order to save money while increasing efficiency, you should be outsourcing your back office. Trusting your administrative tasks to a… Read more »

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As a staffing agency owner, you may be bombarded with information overload about your business. If this is the case, you need to find ways to gain control, understanding, and intelligence from your agency’s data. One of the best ways to attain this goal is by adopting a business intelligence strategy. This includes the software?? applications, infrastructure and tools, and best practices that… Read more »

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Part of operating a successful staffing company is having a dependable source of funding. Funding is necessary to market your company, fill orders, cover payroll, and achieve business goals. With customers paying as long as 90 days after receiving staffing services, waiting for invoice payments can be stressful. Having access to funding when you need it lets you focus on securing customers, recruiting talent, and building a more profitable… Read more »

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How your staffing firm handles a crisis is highly effective for showing who you are and what your firm stands for. Since business success typically is based on efficient routines, how your firm reacts to a nonroutine event is important. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, current and potential customers and employees are looking to see how your staffing firm navigates through this unforeseen, devastating crisis. The action your firm takes and the results… Read more »

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Given that millions of people began working from home during COVID-19, staffing providers had to pivot to remote recruiting to fill customer needs. Although the transition may have been challenging, many employers appreciate the benefits of having employees work remotely. There are wider talent pools to choose from. Office costs such as rent, utilities, and… Read more »

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The number one driver of the staffing industry is change. Circumstances during the shutdown reemphasized the critical role that staffing plays in responding to change in the rapidly changing world. The early 2020 shutdown that resulted from coronavirus drastically shifted consumers’ buying habits. To slow the spread of the virus, businesses that had to close… Read more »

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The effects of the coronavirus in early 2020 led to an economic downturn. With nonessential businesses temporarily closing their offices and millions of employees working from home, circumstances were drastically changing every day. Like all businesses, this has had adverse impacts on staffing companies. Because the overall demand for services decreased, staffing providers had to… Read more »