Finding the right technology to fit in with your unique processes can be a challenge. You need to find a solution that satisfies today's needs but can also grow and change with your company as your requirements and demands change.
Business intelligence allows you to make decisions faster and reduces the risk of taking your staffing agency in the wrong direction. When you know what has worked in the past, and what has failed, it’s easier to make important decisions.
In the world of temporary staffing, any time wasted can lead to lost money and client dissatisfaction. Keep your business running smoothly, for the benefit of your clients and your staff, with technology that enables shared workforce processes and information.
In QuickBooks, data from workforce management software can help you reduce costs, increase the speed of invoicing, and cut down on issues with data entry, such as duplicate information or typos. This efficiency can add to your bottom line and improve your overall business success.
The expectation of quick request-fulfillment has spread to the temporary staffing industry, where companies want temp staff as required, even if it’s a last minute request, and they expect those requests to be filled without issue.
Technology is changing the staffing industry. Are you ready?
As millennials fill workplace roles formerly held by members of older generations, technology is becoming hugely important within the industry. As a generation, millennials live and breathe mobile technology, so if your staffing agency is not set up with a mobile-based employee scheduling app, you will most certainly lose out on available talent for your clients.
Technology is changing the staffing industry, and tech companies both small and large are moving into the lucrative role of staffing. Here are 5 critical components for starting and scaling a staffing business.
If you’re a high volume staffing company you know it’s not always easy to fill short-terms jobs. You may have thousands of candidates in your database, so efforts are wasted when you call, email, and text each one manually to find the right person for the job. Each candidate also has a different preference for how they like to communicate. And, in a world where social media dominates, the new generation would rather manage their own time and profile.
As the owner of a staffing agency, you need to be prepared to answer a multitude
of questions surrounding the success of your business. So, are you answering the
right questions to begin with? To know, you need to better understand which questions
you'll be asked. Before you begin a sales pitch to your next client, here are some
of the questions you might need to ask yourself and be prepared to answer.
Behind the scenes in every staffing agency is a team of payroll and billing professionals
who are often underappreciated for their contribution to the success of the company.
They are the ones who ensure that employees are paid invoices delivered on time.
They may also handle light collections and occasional payroll issues as they arise.