Do you use more than one software program to run your staffing firm? Lynn Connor, COATS Staffing Software I’m shocked at how many staffing firms use more than one software to run their business. We speak with countless owners and bookkeepers who use one program for their front office, and another for their back office. […]
Social media is a powerful way to interact with large audiences like potential candidates or client prospects. But it can also be a great way to communicate directly with individuals, and that can help you follow up with highly desirable job candidates. Once you’ve received a completed application and a resume from a candidate, it’s […]
Hopefully, you haven’t abandoned your personal New Year’s resolutions just yet, although we’d totally understand, given the year-end stress. Once the dust has cleared, it’s a great time to set fresh goals for your business. Think of them as business resolutions for the new year.
Over this series, we’ve covered a lot of the ways that candidates can tell you, “I’m not that great a candidate, really.” But there are also two more subtle ways a candidate can remove themselves from the “Strong” category.
While skills testing and background checks can give you empirical data about a candidate, the information you glean from their interview is a lot fuzzier.
Reference checks and background checks are two separate things, but with one common goal: to find out if this person really is who they say they are.