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. […]
Do you pay for your brand ambassador? Where do you feel the greatest sense of professional belonging? Through the years, it’s been known that men in particular often define their self-worth almost solely through their ability to provide for their family, which ties directly to their job. In 2019, the company they work for contributes the […]
The American Staffing Association, in partnership with Career Builder, has released its new Skills Gap Index. The metric is an aid for those who follow the economy and staffing industry, but it is also used by those of us in the industry so that we can develop solutions and strategies for our clients.
Do you live in a state that had an increase in minimum wage? Perhaps you do. From Alaska to West Virginia, twenty-one states increased their minimum wage this year. Our partners at AnserTeam have assembled a list: • Alaska: From $7.75 to $8.75 per hour. • Arizona: From $7.90 to $8.05 per hour. • Arkansas: […]
The staffing industry tends to involve a lot of Variable employees. We’ll discuss who they are and where they stand with the ACA.
Today’s post is by Jessica Barber, one of our Tech Support Specialists. When you’re working with software, what is entered in will be what comes out. For example, “June” in is “June” out, while “Jume” in is… nothing. (The exception to this is Autocorrect, where “Jume” in becomes “pony” somehow.) Entering Employees and Clients to […]