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With constant change a given in today's employment market, it might be time to take a closer look at things that make a real, positive difference in the profitability of your staffing and recruitment business. And, while it might seem strange for me, the marketing manager of a staffing and recruiting software company, I won’t talk about software.
Instead, I’ll talk about how keeping your best employees (both internal staff and contingent or contract employees) has a strong, measurable…Continue
What kind of profit niches should you serve tomorrow?
That we are nowhere near a recovery from the recession that supposedly ended in 2009 is readily apparent. In fact, according to a massive, in-depth analysis and report from the McKinsey Global Institute, they believe that it will be about 2015 before employment reaches its pre-recession level. Even more sobering is their analysis that only under the most optimistic of conditions will the U.S. economy return to full…Continue
In June of 2009, the American Staffing Association Staffing Index bottomed out, after a loss of 1.14 million jobs – 37 percent of its workforce. Since then, the staffing and recruiting industry has seen month-over-month improvement in many segments and many geographic areas. That news analyzed and reported on a year later in 2010 by the ASA, was perhaps one of many factors that may have led the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) to state that the recession of 2007-2009 ended that…Continue
This past spring I traveled to Colorado for my very first ski vacation. My ostensible goal was to have fun, learn a little about a new sport and return intact, with no external fixation devices on any part of my body.
As with any new endeavor with a relatively higher than average risk/return ratio, it seemed like a good idea to spend the time, effort and expense of getting some one-on-one ski instruction, which paid off well in terms of my getting a better understanding of the rules,…Continue