Posts Categorized: Staffing Partner Program

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They say “timing is everything.” Usually, this phrase comes up when people are talking about romance. But it fits in the business world as well. To get the job done, companies need the right people at the right time.   That’s where you come in.  As a staffing agency, clients rely on you to provide them with the… Read more »

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We learn in preschool that sharing is the best policy. It makes sense for the playground but gets complicated in the business world. The thought of partnering with another recruiting firm can feel threatening. The decision to enter into a strategic alliance often comes down to one overarching question: who gets paid?  The short answer? Everybody. A collaboration through… Read more »

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When you run a recruiting agency, you want to keep your talent pool as full as possible. However, there’s a limit. If you end up with more job candidates than you can place, it can lead to long-term problems. Luckily, DHR provides a safety valve that can prevent the “too much” problem from causing any… Read more »

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You get a rush of new work orders. It’s a sign you’re coming up as a staffing agency. Your marketing and branding efforts are paying off. However, you’ve got a problem. You don’t have the infrastructure to handle the higher volume. You’ve got the orders, but no way to fill them. Having too much potential… Read more »

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It always hurts to say “no” to a potential customer. It’s like saying “no” to free money. You spent years building up your recruiting operation, investing time, money, and effort to become the kind of place that attracts high-level clients and an increasing volume of business. But now you’ve almost done your job too well…. Read more »

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You’ve meticulously crafted a thriving recruiting business. Step by careful step, you’ve built your business, investing both time and money, sacrificing vacations, hobbies, and precious moments with your family. You’d like to see it grow even more, but an additional push comes with huge potential downsides. You’re just not sure you can make the additional… Read more »

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Here’s one of those so-called “good problems.” You have more business than you can handle. Put that in a category with a having a Lamborghini that doesn’t fit in your garage or more vacation days than you can use. Work orders come in, but you can only fill a portion of them. You just don’t… Read more »

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All business decisions come down to questions of resource allocation. You want to make as much as you can with as little cost as possible … that’s the fundamental goal of any manager. It’s true everywhere. If you’re making cars, you want to use as little steel as you can, as little plastic or rubber,… Read more »

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It’s a problem and a dilemma, all wrapped up in the shape of a success. You get a lucrative work order, one that would normally send you out after work to celebrate. There’s a problem, though: Your talent pool is tapped out. You’ve already placed your best workers and you don’t have the right candidate… Read more »

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You’ll learn this from any basic management book, but it bears repeating as a starting point here: The key to success in any business comes from having a differentiating factor, something that makes you special. It’s as true for staffing firms as it is for any other industry; having a niche gives you an edge…. Read more »