Posts Tagged: software for staffing
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Company’s rapid revenue growth leads to staff increase and improved software capabilities. Avionté Software, a provider of staffing and recruiting technology solutions, announced another successful year with a year-over-year revenue growth of 55%. 2012 was the seventh consecutive year that Avionté has reported a revenue growth at 35% or greater. In 2012, the company partnered… »
Angela Pitts I needed some information about my daughter’s recent immunizations. I was partially at fault for not keeping the records in a place that was readily accessible; however I knew her pediatrician could easily provide the necessary information for me. Her pediatrician is fantastic as are all the people that work in his office,… »
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Section 179 Deduction limit increased to $500,000 for the 2011 tax year Section 179 of the IRS tax code allows businesses to deduct the full purchase price of qualifying equipment (including staffing software) purchased or financed during the tax year. This means if you buy (or lease) a piece of qualifying equipment, you can deduct… »
Brenda Long Is it possible to create a report that will not only help your staffing company improve sales and service, but save you nearly $100,000 a year at the same time? The answer is yes! BONNEY Staffing Center is Maine and New Hampshire’s largest independently owned and operated staffing company. One of the many… »
Well that might be a little bit of an overreaction since they do have some use like leaving funny notes for your co-workers. They are pretty good for brainstorming new ideas too. However, they have lost their place at the table when it comes to tracking job orders.
It doesn’t surprise or even amaze me to hear that very successful staffing and recruiting companies are still using whiteboards to monitor jobs, candidates and statuses. What does surprise me is the inability to even think about letting it go! A few months back I was onsite with a company and spotted the whiteboard. I had to fight the urge to walk over and erase the board with all of its detailed information. Each of the staffing specialists and recruiters could find the exact same information on their computer screen. So why is it so hard to let go?
I used to be quite particular with my staff when it came to posting jobs on the web. Whether they posted it on our job portal or on an external site; this could very well be a first (and possibly last) impression to a prospective applicant or even customer. Not only does it matter how… »
ASA Annual Convention and Expo Staffing World 2011 is where the staffing industry’s top leaders join forces to focus on strategies for identifying and leveraging world-class business practices. It is also the world’s largest staffing industry marketplace, where you can explore the latest technologies, innovative products, and new services to help your firm keep its… »
I love the opportunity of visiting with other staffing professionals. I enjoy hearing about what they are doing, how they have overcome obstacles, new lines of business they are pursuing and overall what is working for them. In addition, I like to share my experience. Prior to joining Avionté I spent over ten years in staffing and recruiting. Although not an expert, I saw my far share of action and learned a lot along the way.
I had just been promoted to Assistant Manager when the company I worked for decided to start a direct hire division. They had looked at several options, such as training internal staff to recruit for high level positions or bringing on a team that already had experience in recruiting and acquiring new orders. This division would operate separately from the temp division, but we would share customers.